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LEGOLAND® Florida Resort in Winter Haven, FL

One LEGOLAND WayWinter Haven, FL 33884
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Overview

This 150-acre family theme park, designed for families with children ages 2–12, offers more than 50 kid-friendly rides, shows and attractions themed around the legendary toy building brick—the LEGO®. LEGOLAND® Florida Resort also features an adjacent water park, themed dining, shopping, botanical gardens, and The LEGO® World of Chima, which has an interactive water ride, 4-D movie experience and more. Heartlake City is an all-new theme park area inspired by the popular LEGO® Friends toy line. New for 2016 is “The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure,” a dazzling theatrical attraction that reunites the heroes of the blockbuster film in an original story appearing exclusively at LEGOLAND® theme parks and LEGOLAND® Discovery Centers. The 12 ½-minute 3D film plays several times a day, with “4D” effects such as wind, water, fog and more bringing the action bursting off the screen and into the audience. Starting Jan. 12, 2017, kids are invited to enter a magical martial arts kingdom where you become the ninja in your very own LEGO® NINJAGO® adventure when a whole new theme park land opens at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort. LEGO NINJAGO World will add an immersive area filled with several hands-on, outdoor activities where kids can sharpen their ninja skills before the ultimate showdown on LEGO NINJAGO The Ride, a dazzling new attraction that blends 3D computer animation, “4D” effects and groundbreaking technology never seen outside a LEGOLAND theme park.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Winter Haven Travel Experts
  • Only 45 minutes from Orlando and downtown Tampa.
  • Shuttle service available from I-Drive 360 for $5 per person. Reservation is required.
  • Coolers, outside food and beverages are not allowed inside the parks with exception of baby formula, medical supplies and bottled water.
  • Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
  • Bring extra clothes for kids in case they get wet on water rides.
  • You can trade certain LEGO® mini figures with Model Citizens (LEGOLAND® Employees).
  • The LEGOLAND® Hotel is located just outside the theme park.
  • Don't miss Pirate's Cove, a water-ski live-action show.
  • Meet a Master Model Builder and ask questions about your favorite models at Miniland USA.

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Insights from Reserve Direct's own team members

Kevin Weidemann Chief Creative Officer

Great starter rides for little kids, super friendly staff. Amazing to see all the LEGO creations. And Cypress Gardens is a gem.

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Description

from LEGOLAND Florida Resort
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is a 150-acre interactive theme park featuring 10 different “lands,” all of which have their own theme. With more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is geared towards family fun. LEGOLAND® Florida Resort offers interactive attractions, family rides, shows, and restaurants specifically geared to families with children ages 2 to 12.

The different “lands,” or park areas, include:
  • The Beginning

  • Fun Town

  • Miniland USA

  • DUPLO Valley

  • LEGO Kingdoms

  • LEGO TECHNIC

  • Imagination Zone

  • Pirate’s Cove

  • Land of Adventure

  • LEGO World of Chima

  • LEGO City

  • Cypress Gardens

  • Heartlake City


The LEGO® World of Chima features an immersive family experience with an interactive water ride, The Quest for CHI, a super-charged SpeedorzTM Arena, Cragger’s Swamp water play area, a new 4D movie experience and character meet-n-greet sessions.
The 11 lands boast an impressive 50 rides, live entertainment shows and many other interactive attractions.

LEGOLAND Water Park adds hours of water play to an already full day theme park experience. Last operating day is Oct 30th, 2016 season.

Key areas of LEGOLAND Water Park attraction include:

  • LEGO Wave Pool

  • Twin Chasers

  • Splash Out

  • DUPLO Safari

  • Joker Soaker

  • Build-a-Raft Lazy River

  • DUPLO Splash Safari



Heartlake City, the newest land based on the popular LEGO® Friends line of toys, is opening this summer! “When it opens in summer of 2015, Heartlake City will be a colorful and vibrant new land offering adventures for all ages,” said Jones. “The centerpieces will include a fantastic horse-themed disc coaster called Mia’s Riding Adventure and an interactive show, ‘Friends to the Rescue’ as well as new shops inside Heartlake Mall."

Starting Jan. 12, 2017, kids are invited to enter a magical martial arts kingdom where you become the ninja in your very own LEGO® NINJAGO® adventure when a whole new theme park land opens at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort.
LEGO NINJAGO World will add an immersive area filled with several hands-on, outdoor activities where kids can sharpen their ninja skills before the ultimate showdown on LEGO NINJAGO The Ride, a dazzling new attraction that blends 3D computer animation, “4D” effects and groundbreaking technology never seen outside a LEGOLAND theme park.
Inspired by the popular LEGO building sets and the “LEGO NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu” TV show, LEGO NINJAGO World puts guests at the center of the action in lots of fun ways:
• LEGO NINJAGO The Ride – a state-of-the-art “dark ride” where guests score points using ninja hand moves to blast animated fireballs, lightning and more at waves of 3D villains
• Zane’s Temple Build – a giant LEGO building experience where kids can contribute to a model of a mountaintop NINJAGO monastery
• Kai’s Spinners – master the ancient art of Spinjitzu at these twirling, whirling, single-person platforms
• Cole’s Rock Climb – an outdoor climbing wall to test kids’ balance and endurance
• Jay’s Lightning Drill – measure your reflexes with these “lightning fast” light-up targets

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Shuttle pickup in Orlando will be at the new I-Drive 360 complex (fee). Guests will park in the bottom level of the parking deck off of Universal Boulevard. Shuttle pick up is just outside of parking area. There will be signage posted to direct guests to the shuttle.

Pick-up Location - I-Drive 360
8401 International Drive, Orlando Florida 32819 at 9:00am.
• Roundtrip transportation to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort.
• Shuttle departure time is 9AM. Please arrive 30 minutes before departure time to ensure you don’t miss the bus!
• Catch the shuttle back at scheduled park close.
• Must book by 11AM to reserve a seat for the following day. Call LEGOLAND® Florida Resort directly or visit their website.
• Parking in the garage is FREE

Parking Fees:
Cars: $17
Campers/RVs: $18
Motorcycles: $10
Preferred Parking: $22

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

52 Reviews
Joe Varela
Farmers branch, TX
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Excellent stay"
August, 2016
Legoland Resort was awesome! We stayed at the hotel and I was able to buy the tickets online from Reserve Orlando the day prior and got a great discount! You have to do the swimming at the park cause it's very clean and awesome. We are going back next year!

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Georgi Delgado
Jersey city, NJ
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Family vacay"
August, 2016
This place was awesome. The whole family enjoyed themselves. We will visit again
Tip: Wear comfortable shoes and drink lots of water

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Sergio Rodriguez
Mercedes, TX
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"birthday present."
August, 2016
It was a new experience for the whole family. We love it , the kids took pictures with every lego figure. Don't forget to visit the water park a nice place to relax while the kids are having fun.
Tip: you can take snacks, but in a bag. take change clothes.

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BJ Greer
Cedar Falls, IA
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Bummer"
August, 2016
Got to go on 1 ride due to the rain. Luckily they offered replacement tickets good for the next 2 years. Would like to see them extend that timeframe for people from out of state.

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Jennifer Bender
Villa Grove, IL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Bender trip"
August, 2016
It was a great time....liked the photographers at certain places to take pics of us :) Loved the Water park///kids did not want to leave!! they love legos...all the lego cars, Einstein, boats etc were so cool!! My son also said when we return he wants to stay at the Legoland Hotel !!
Tip: Buy for the watermark too...the kids will want to cool off if you go anywhere from June to August...so hot down there at that time..100 plus all 6 days we were there.

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Elaine Crandell
Denton , TX
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great Place for Kids and Adults!"
August, 2016
We brought our 3 year old grandson to Legoland because he absolutely loves Legos! He plays with Legos and he watches YouTube videos of Legos! This is a great park for young children! We enjoyed the attractions, children's rides and the especially the Lego City park! We hope to bring him back one day when he's a little older.
Tip: Bring a small cooler of water!!

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Steven Herp
Louisville, KY
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Love this place"
August, 2016
Supper cool place but expensive. More like a theme park with a sales pitch. Every shop had Lego toys for sale. More kiddy rides than adult rides. So parents beware 40 inches is an idle height for kids at this place.
Tip: No adult rides. Just for kids highly reccomend 3 or older.

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Felicia L.
Springfield, GA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"We liked it a lot!"
August, 2016
First time at LegoLand. We took two 10 year olds. They liked the rides and mini land. Be prepared to walk a lot! Wear comfortable shoes. We purchased a 2 day park and water park combo. Saturday was very crowded, but Sunday was better. Food was expensive, but was very good! I would go again before the kids get too old.
Tip: Be prepared to walk a lot. Food is expensive.

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Falling4Hanakapiai
Atlanta, GA
"Good to see once on a non-busy day"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 21, 2017 NEW
We visited Legoland on Friday before Presidents Day, rating 6/10 on the theme park business scale. Discount tickets. I highly recommend searching the web for coupons and discounts. We ended up buying one adult and one child ticket through a buy one get one free voucher online. The other adult ticket we bought through undercover tourist. If you plan to go for two days, this wouldn't work. But there are lots of discounts out there so look around. Arrival We also did not stay at the Legoland resort hotel, but I believe there's multiple discounts if you do that. You also get access to the park 30 minutes before the general public this way. Highly recommend them. And parking at the park for general mission is $17, shaded preferred parking is $22. The parking lot is shared between the hotel and resort valet at the park- this is important later! With in and out privileges. Recommend arriving ~30 minutes before the park opens, there are restrooms and photo opportunities are plenty outside. And the parking booths are slow. There's also a very lax security line- it's basically more deterrent than security. If you're staying in the hotel, it's a 50 yard walk to the entrance of the park. You also don't go through the security line coming from the hotel, thus my reason for calling it lacking any real security. We were in the gates promptly at 10 AM. Well it looked like a lot of people were already there, the park was fairly empty. Based on a mommiesblog review, we immediately headed to the back of the park to start there. We immediately Rode project X, a metal single car roller coaster. No wait, walked right up. My five-year-old love this ride - this set the tone for the whole day. If we had built momentum going into this ride, it would've been even better. Only regret is that we were unable to ride this ride later in the day when the lines got longer. Based on other reviews, we headed to the back of the park to work our way forward. Our second ride was the ford driving school. We did the 6 to 12 age one, and it was perfect for my five-year-old. Yes, we lied, and worst still, had to coax my son into lying. As other reviewer's have noted, if your child has power wheels, your power wheels go faster than these. The allure of this ride is interaction with other vehicles and stop signs. It's two minutes of fun, after a 15 minute driving school lesson, but honestly I wouldn't do if the line was long. I'm glad we did this one early however. Next stop was flying school. The suspended roller coaster laying legs dangle. We walked right up, no line, there were even even empty seats! My five-year-old loved this so much that we wrote it twice in a row. It was well worth rushing to the back of the park to do this. I think because it's tucked all the way back by the waterpark, many people may not even get to this. We could barely see the entrance to the waterpark from here, which was closed in February. I honestly don't think we would have enough time to do the water park and Legoland in the same day if it were open. So know if you plan to do both, you may need 2-day passes. Anticipate age appropriate I want to stress that Legoland is best for kids 5 to 10 years old. Even the roller coasters feel Junior compared other theme parks. So if your thrillseeker likes something bigger and taller, this isn't it. The park is a holdover from Cypress Gardens days, and really fits young kids best. Skip Ninjago! And next, we walked to Ninjago world. We bypassed the boating school, which I regretted because the lines were long and slow later and we ended up not doing this at all. Ninjago world was 3-D computer animated arcade shooting games for the whole family in one car. I want to stress that do not do this if there's any sort of line coming out the building, because what you can't see is rows and rows of cattle stalls inside the air-conditioned building. Every time we turn the corner there was another room of stalls in sight. There are lots of interactive things for your children to do while they wait, the ride itself was not worth any kind of wait. A similar ride at Lego Discovery center in Atlanta. So either do this early, or skip it altogether. Around and outside is a rock climbing wall, a ninja trainer, and some interactive build your own Lego displays. These were worth doing, but not the attraction itself. Luckily for us, we only had a five minute wait after passing the cattle stalls. 11:15am Next stop, was dinosaur coaster or coaster Sauris I think. Becauseis a wooden thrill ride. This had a 30 minute wait at 11:15 in the morning. The line looks short, but took longer to load but I think they knew. This one is a true wooden coaster, and shakes you up a bit. Following this one, we were trying to make the 1215 bricks beard pirate show. Cutting back across the park, we got sidelined by the aqua splash airboats in a circle. This was the most deceiving and longest line of the day. The sign said 15 minutes, it took 45. The line was about 100 people deep, but the ride only takes eight people each Time for a 30-sec joyride. Slow slow slow. Either do this early, or skip if you're on a time crunch. And the only saving grace to this, is the waiting is shaded, and you are entertained by passerby's getting splashed. Dont miss the pirate battle! We got out of this ride at 12:20, and thought we had missed Bricksbeard/Pirate ski battle. By time we got over the show had only just begun. We got to see three fourths of it from the lawn just to the left of the amphitheater. This is a great way to see the waterskiers, and most of the pirate battle. Lunch you can bring just about anything into the park. We had wanted to eat lunch at Lakeside Café, the healthiest place in the park, but it was closed for the winter. We doubled back through Miniland, super exciting to see but The Florida sun is doing damage to the bricks. Everything is faded from the UV rays. We ended up at the pizza and pasta buffet, another reviewer had recommended it for the all you can eat option and the value for your dollar. I don't know that I would agree with that, our family of three spending $42 on lunch with drinks. But, the pizza was decent, it smelled like Chucky cheese inside, there were nice Lego touches and details everywhere, and a dessert cinnamon pizza was pretty good. There is a salad bar and penne pasta as well. What was helpful, was having the vegetarian options plentiful. And unlimited refills on drinks. Trade minifigs if you must Next, we headed to the mini figure store. I did not bring mini figures to trade with the staff, but this would be where I would go if I wanted to do that and forgot some from home. For $10, you can create your own basic 3 mini figures and take with you. You can also play roulette by buying three random ones in the package, that you can then use to trade. I only saw handful a kids doing this throughout the park, but the staff some of them are very into it, blinged out their name badges with all kinds of mini figures ready to trade. We saw one staff member, whose name badge went up and around his neck made of Legos. Almost look like a dragon coming off of his neck. He loves his job. Character meets- use your own camera! And there was a caricature meet and greet Nextdoor to pizza buffet that we opted against that. There was no line however so keep those in mind as good photo opportunities for the kids if they're into those. We got to the 4D theater just in time to catch the new 10min Lego movie i'm not sure what part of this was 4 D. But the 3-D effects were pretty cool in the beginning. It was an OK storyline and plot for a five-year-old not sure I agree with all the language in it. But it's true to the Lego movie age appropriateness About this time it was 230, and we had hit most of the good stuff and I felt good we opted to not walk through DTupelo land to get to the dragon. I wish we would have just to see what it looks like, but inevitably we would've got held up at a younger than appropriate and slow-moving line I'm sure. It did afford us another opportunity to walk through Miniland and check out some of our favorite designs again, including the pirate battle. When we got to the Dragon, it said 15 minute wait on the board. However we walked right up, maybe a five minute wait in the shade. The Dragon roller coaster, winds its way through an air-conditioned plot before the roller coaster starts. Pretty good metal roller coaster with some 65° turns. There is a stage here that I anticipate has shows during the summer or maybe street performers. All along the park there are Midway games with stuffed animals to be won. Strongly recommend saving these for the end of the day. Most of these games are guaranteed prizes for participants unlike other midway games. So if you don't want to carry around a 6 foot stuffed animal, save for the end. From here we moved into Adventureland where we spent some time in the ball pit climber and riding the air-conditioned indoor Indiana Jones style ride. Was it another arcade shooting gallery. We had about an hour left before the park closed so it was a scramble to get a couple more rides in. Note while the posted closing time might be 5 PM, many rides were closing or being cleaned up at 4:15. Many of the more popular rides still had lines, including the boat ride. Quest for chi was Close for renovations, else we would've done that works into the day after a hot day. We opted for the firefighter brigade back in city land. A 15 minute wait was entertaining watching other families strive with the pumps. Do not do this activity if you're looking for a passive ride. The parents in the pumping while the child gets the free ride. It would be fun to do with a large group who is competitive. We tried to do project X one last time, but the line was 45 minutes at that point. We also tried to ride the horse stables Mia's horse stables in heart Lake City, but this is for children 48 inches or taller. There would've been no wait if we were tall enough. It looked fun, giant Viking ship on a horse. Instead we opted for three Lego stores to buy merchandise and the carousel. Everyone else had the same idea about the stores and the lines were long but they kept moving. One final chance to pick up gift you saw/bought earlier and had transferred to the front store for your departure. I thought the prices were reasonable and not too overpriced but you could do better with a coupon on Lego.com Fun doesnt stop at 5! I got reservations at the Legoland hotel restaurant for 6 PM. This was perfect timing and allowed for a little downtime after the park. We walked over here about 525, a short five minute walk from the last store to the hotel lobby. Once there, as parents we were able to get drinks at the bar and my son was able to play Legos with other children in the lobby play area. Lego missed the boat not having a climbing structure and slide at this location. But all the kids were having fun. Pending what time your reservations are, you could even partake in some of the games and building competitions here. Getting reservations was hard to find online, so here's the link- bookatable. And we checked out the pool as many people swimming in 70° weather, I think it's heated. There's even a baby splash area and plenty of outdoor seating. The restaurant itself is so-so. For vegetarians like us, there were options and many different things for us to try. There's also barbecue and chicken dishes. Staples like chicken nuggets mini corn dogs and mac & cheese for the kids. And plenty of desserts, in fact a wall dessert but everyone found something to fill their bellies. Adults $20, my five-year-old was 1299. Another $50 meal. We played a little bit longer after dinner, a pirate was leading activities in the castle. Easy to book online. Easy to check-in. The food was okay, but for hotel buffet food, it was average- nothing was inedible, and there was a very large variety to suit any taste. Mac n cheese, chicken nuggets etc were kid friendly. Salad mixings, grilled salmon and veggie tofu fried rice were all good. There was an antire wall of desserts- literally 1/3 of the offerings so have that discussion with your kid before dinner that they can have it afterwards. Tables were clean- fully expected them to be sticky. Floors were fairly clean. Buffets were surprisingly clean. Would I go back? Yes for the convenience only. I would recommend it to a friend if they were staying in the hotel or visiting the prk and wanting a dinner location on site. Lastly, I would recommend staying at a hotel nearby. After a long day in the park, you just want to rest your head. The hotel would totally be worth it if you can splurge for the extra night. But we stayed at the Hampton Inn in Winterhaven and it had a little Lego theme as well. I can't say that I would go back to Legoland. I think one time was enough, especially not on a busy hot Florida summer day. The lines just move too slow for that. Disney's lines move a lot faster.
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Mo R
Miami, Florida
"Wasted Trip"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 21, 2017 NEW
Stay away and don't waste your money!! We went to visit LEGOLAND since my children are continuously given passes at school for good grades. This is a 3.5hr drive for us and it was very disappointing. The lines were long and rides last seconds and they don't work properly. The staff is clueless when it comes to putting people on rides. One of the rides, the Ford driving school, we were in line for 40 minutes. When the kids finally got to ride, half the cars were either broken or low on battery. They kept having to stop the cars to fix them and then they did not extend the riding time for the kids. Some parents walked away with very disappointed kids who after all that time did not get to drive, but we argued until they gave our kids an extra ride. Not that it helped because one of our kids again got stuck with a car that did not work. Common sense would be to shut the ride down until it works!! The entire park needs maintenance and the food selection is horrible. Thankfully I only paid for the adults, but that was 200!!! Add the parking and high priced bad food. I rather go to my local county fair.
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iraqvet750
miami beach
"VIP experience well worth it, especially around Halloween"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 21, 2017 NEW
I visited with my son in October to celebrate his sixth birthday, after he chose a visit to the park over a party at home. Upon arrival we were greeted at the gate by Candace, who welcomed us and told us about the VIP package. We decided to take advantage of it, and she took us to meet Paul in the customer service office. I'm extremely glad we accepted the offer to participate; the experience exceeded all expectations, and I've been coming to Legoland and Cypress Gardens for more than 40 years. We were joined by assistants Chelsey and Jenn, both of whom displayed an obvious love of the job, a desire to ensure the experience was extra special for its participants, and a genuine gift for being able to connect with members of the group of all ages. Throughout the evening, from dinner to our departure, they were there for my son and me and went the extra mile to make us feel like true VIPs. The VIP Package consisted of: - Dinner in the old Southern mansion (a vestige of Cypress Gardens) followed by an exclusive party with LEGO characters in costume, who played games and danced with the kids - Dedicated escorts for all events and movements -- an impressive 1:3 ratio of staff to VIP guests - A guided, group Trick-or-Treat experience at sunset - Exclusive "front row" seating for the fireworks show, where staffers helped corral the kids (nice for parents to have an extra set of eyes to assist after dark) - An educational building session in one of "Lego University's" classrooms with a master builder and other assistants; all participants got to keep LEGO toys they built - A final flashlight tour and scavenger hunt through the park's mini "cities" in MINILAND USA - Canvas LEGO gift bag, LEGO flashlights, souvenir photo, LEGO-block nametags (worth keeping), and toys built in Master builder session Event directors Candace and Paul demonstrated remarkable poise, competence, and leadership capabilities, and kept our Halloween adventure running smoothly and on schedule. Having wrangled press pools in Iraq and tour groups here at home, I know this isn't as easy as the two of them made it appear -- particularly after dark. They were able to keep the group together and engaged at all times. Finally, there was a tech who I believe was named Rob in the instructional facility who brought the night to a wonderful close with his Master Building class and scavenger hunt. Overall, from dinner to the meet-and-greets, games, brick-or-treating, fireworks, the Lego learning session and scavenger hunt, it was truly the experience of a lifetime. More than four months later, my son still talks about it to his teachers, classmates, friends, and family. I'm glad I made the decision to visit the park and opt for the VIP upgrade, and will encourage others to do the same.
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ChungiPerez
Bronx, New York
"Lots to do, just disappointed that the water park was closed"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2017 NEW
I have a little one that LOVES legos and is a huge fan of the Lego movie. It's such a cool place with so much to do! We got there soon after opening and didn't finish the park, with a few areas closed. I would say that I was disappointed that the water park was closed. It didn't show that on the site, just that the hours were different, so you pay full price to not have access to the whole park which is a bummer, and at $300 for entry before food and such, that really sucks! It is hard to do everything in one day, but if you have little ones it's totally an awesome experience!
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Sam D
"Disappointing"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2017 NEW
A disappointing day, the miniland desperately needs maintenence, staff need to be retrained and have more enthusiasm. If you're not a die hard lego fan or have small children children I wouldn't really bother.

Frequently Asked Questions about LEGOLAND Florida Resort

What is the address location?
If using a GPS system, keep in mind that LEGOLAND® Florida may not yet be included as a destination. A secondary address for GPS systems is 6000 Cypress Gardens Boulevard, Winter Haven FL 33884.

What are the parking prices at LEGOLAND® Florida?
Cars: $17
Campers/RVs: $18
Motorcycles: $10
Preferred Parking: $22

Buses and bicycles are free.

Re-entry available with valid parking stub during same day of visit.
Handicapped parking spaces are available near the park entrance, with valid placard.

Can I drop off guests at LEGOLAND® Florida without paying for parking?
Yes, as you enter the parking lot you will see signs for a drop off area to your right. Simply turn right into this horseshoe-shaped area, where you are welcome to drop off your guests.

Are there kennels located at the park?
Yes, Kennels are located west of the front gate area.  Please note – pets are not permitted within the park grounds except for trained service animals.
Are strollers/wheelchairs available for rent?
Strollers, wheelchairs and ECVs are available for rent at the Marketplace on a first come, first served basis. Stroller pricing is $14 for single seat stroller and $20 for double seat stroller. Wheelchairs are $12 and ECVs are available shaded ($55 + tax) and unshaded ($45 + tax).

Can I bring my own stroller, ECV or wheelchair?
Yes, you can bring your own.

Is smoking allowed at LEGOLAND® Florida?
In keeping with our child-friendly atmosphere, smoking is prohibited in all areas of the park. Use designated smoking areas located outside of the main entrance.  Please remember to get your hand stamped before exiting for re-admittance.
Are coolers, outside food or alcohol allowed at LEGOLAND®?
Outside coolers, food and beverages may not be brought into the park. However, exceptions are made for infants and those with special medical needs.  Bottled water is allowed.  Alcohol may not be brought onto LEGOLAND® Florida property. Any food required for special dietary needs or baby food/formula is allowed.

Are weapons allowed inside the park?
All weapons and firearms of any type are prohibited on LEGOLAND® property.

What items or behaviors are not permitted at LEGOLAND® Florida?
In order to help maintain our family atmosphere, we request that there be no offensive language or behavior. No offensive or rude clothing is allowed. Segways, roller blades, wheeled shoes and skateboards are prohibited. For the comfort of those around you, we request there be no flash photography, smoking, eating or drinking in any attraction. No weapons of any kind are allowed on park property.

What kind of shopping options are available in LEGOLAND® Florida?
Specialty retail shops and carts are located throughout the Park selling LEGOLAND® Florida apparel, LEGO® products and more. The Big Shop, the largest retail shop located in The Beginning, is jam-packed with the biggest selection of LEGO® products in the nation! As an added convenience, make sure to take advantage of the Package Pick-up service. All retail purchases made throughout the park can be transferred to the park exit for you to pick up on your way home.

When is LEGOLAND® Florida open?
LEGOLAND Florida is open daily, but is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday during specific periods. Please view the operating calendar before your visit. Toll and ticket booths open approx. 45 minutes prior to Park opening. 

If I leave LEGOLAND® Florida, can I re-enter the park on the same day?
Yes, with a valid ticket. Please remember to get your hand stamped before exiting for same day re-admittance.

Can I upgrade my ticket to a season pass?
Yes, you can stop by guest services while at the park to upgrade your ticket. Guest services is located inside the turnstiles at the main entrance.

Are there lockers available to store personal items?
Lockers are available for rent in The Beginning and inside LEGOLAND® Water Park. LEGOLAND® Florida is not responsible for personal items.

Does LEGOLAND® Florida offer Parent Swap for rides?
LEGOLAND®Florida offers our visiting parents, who have children that meet and don’t meet the minimum height restriction, the opportunity to do a “Child Swap” at any ride that parents are allowed to ride. All members of the party are required to wait in line together. When you reach the front, let the ride operator know of your intention, so that he can accommodate you. When the first ride is over, the parents may then switch places and the other parent can then ride with the older child.

What kind of dining options are available at LEGOLAND®Florida?
We offer a great variety of family-friendly foods, such as our delicious wood-fired pizza, truly homemade pasta, rotisserie chicken, freshly tossed salads, fresh sandwiches, juicy grilled burgers and more.

What happens if it rains?
Due to Central Florida's tropical climate, thunderstorms occur regularly. In the event of lightning within close proximity to the park, outdoor attractions will be closed for the safety of all guests. Since these storms occur in the late afternoon or early evenings, we recommend you plan to use this time for souvenir shopping or enjoying any of the indoor attractions. Rain checks and refunds are not permitted due to weather.

What can we do at LEGOLAND® Florida to celebrate a birthday?
Make sure you pick up your birthday button at the ticket window or Guest Services! Party packages are available for groups of 10 or more.

Is commercial photography allowed inside LEGOLAND® Florida?
All LEGOLAND® Florida attractions, rides and LEGO® brick models are protected by copyright. Guests must have written permission to use photographs or videotape of LEGOLAND® images for commercial broadcasting, advertising, marketing or publishing in any medium.

What is Bonus Brick Time?
This allows all Annual Pass members & LEGOLAND® Hotel guests' only early entry into LEGOLAND® Florida starting at 9:30 a.m. and includes entry to Island in the Sky, the Grand Carousel, Dragon Coaster, DUPLO® Valley Train & Tractor, Lost Kingdom Adventure and Miniland.

What facilities are available in the park for mothers with infants?
The Baby Care Center in located in DUPLO® Village and is stocked with bottle warmers, high chairs, rockers for nursing mothers, baby change facilities, a cell phone charging station and microwave.

Does LEGOLAND® offer a shuttle from Orlando?
Yes.  LEGOLAND® offers a shuttle from I-Drive 360 on International Drive to its theme park in Winter Haven, FL.  The shuttle leaves at 9:00am and leaves to return to Orlando at park closing. The cost is $5 round trip per person, plus tax and parking in the Universal Boulevard parking garage is free. Reservations are recommended. For information, call 877-350-5346.
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