LEGOLAND Florida Tips
If you or someone you knows is a true LEGO lover, then you definitely want to plan a trip to LEGOLAND Orlando! The pictures don’t do this park justice, it is a magical place for sure and I have some great Legoland Florida Tips to share with you!
If you are thinking of visiting, I will share some tips with you, to make your visit a little bit easier! There is so much to do, you could spend days trying to fit in all the awesome activities and rides!
Make Your Day at LEGOLAND A Success
Consider Staying At Their Hotel: By staying on property, you can get extended LEGOLAND hours at the theme park, early admission and more. You can find discounted tickets and sales online! It is something to think about for sure. You can find discounted tickets on their website or at Costco.
Go Before a Major Holiday: If you go right before a major holiday, it can be less crowded. Try to avoid weekends, that can be the busiest time.
Hit Popular Rides First: If you arrive really early, get to the rides you want the most. It will save you waiting in line and hopefully mean you get to do the ride!
Pack Water and Snacks: Make sure to have a few bottles of water and light snacks handy as you are going throughout the park. It will help save a little money and with the warm sun, you want to stay hydrated.
Bring Stroller: If you have younger kids, consider a stroller with an umbrella. They will get tired of walking and having shade will help with the hot summer sun.
Parking Tickets Online: If you have a car you are taking to LEGOLAND consider purchasing parking online at the LEGOLAND Florida Site! It can save you some money.
Bring Minifigures To Trade: This is pretty awesome, your kids can bring 3 of their least favorites to trade. Each LEGO employee wears a minifigures on their name tag, and if you ask to trade they will! Some employees “Minifigure Ambassadors” have almost 100 minifigures to choose from, they are a bit harder to find.
Pack Rain Gear: If you go on the Quest for CHI ride you might get a little wet. So make sure to bring rain gear like ponchos, change of clothes, etc. You can purchase a poncho at LEGOLAND by the ride, but it will cost a lot more money.
Package Pick Up: If you decide to shop at the gift shop, you can choose the package pick up. They will take the items you purchased, package them and have them at the front of the park and when you leave to pick them up on the way out! That way you don’t have to lug all over the park.
Top 3 Popular Attractions
- The Battle for Brickbeard’s Bounty at the Ski Stadium
- Coastersaurus roller coaster
- This is the Mindstorm Robotics Challenge
The LEGOLAND Florida Details:
One LEGOLAND Way
Winter Haven, FL 33884
Adults – $113.00
Children – $106.00
Save with 2 Day Tickets
Adult – $133.00
Children – $126.00
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Disclosure: We received free passes to help facilitate this post. All opinions are 100% my own.