Florida’s newest theme park – Legoland – doesn’t open until October 2011, but tickets are already on sale. Located at the old Cypress Gardens location in Orlando, Florida, Legoland is slashing $10 off the price of admission on a one-day pass now through December 31, 2010. The current prices are $65 for adults, $55 for children ages 3-12, $55 for ages 60 and older, and free for children 3 and under. All prices increase by $10 on January 1, 2011. Two-day tickets and front-of-line passes will also be available, but prices have not been posted for those items yet.

The park is going to be divided into sections called The Beginning, Fun Town, Miniland USA, Castle Hill, Land of Adventure, XTreme, LEGO City, Imagination Zone, Pirate’s Cove and DUPLO Village. As with other Legoland parks, the attractions available will be very kid-centric and include lots of interactive, hands-on activities, including intricate Lego dioramas.

Here are a few highlights of each section:

  • The Beginning will feature ticket sales, The Market, the Garden Restaurant and The Big Shop, a retail store with Lego merchandise.
  • Fun Town will offer a 4-D theater, a Lego factory tour, a studio store with Lego products, and a Granny’s Apple Fries store.
  • Miniland USA is the home of highly detailed dioramas, all made of Lego’s, of national and regional places. A few of the cities featured will be Washington D.C., New York City and Las Vegas. A pirate-themed area is also planned.
  • Castle Hill features The Dragon, an indoor/outdoor roller coaster located within the Legoland Castle, as well as the Royal Joust, where kids ride Lego horses and compete in simulated jousts.
  • Land of Adventure includes the Coasterasaurus junior coaster and Lost Kingdom Adventure, an interactive ride featuring laser guns.
  • XTreme will feature the Lego Technic Test Track roller coaster plus the Aquazone Wave Racers.
  • LEGO City will include a Driving School, Fun Town Fire Academy, Flight School, which is an inverted coaster.
  • Imagination Zone is an educational area with video game stations, a Lego clubhouse, computerized Lego robots and Kid Power Towers.
  • Pirate’s Cove is a water-stunt show that is still in the design stages.
  • DUPLO Village will be an area designed specifically for toddlers.

More details will be released as they become available.