LEGOLAND Florida now open
LEGOLAND Florida the second of it’s kind in the United States and we welcome it to the east cost! LEGOLAND opened it’s doors earlier this month with the intention of building the hearts and imaginations within families. Geared specifically towards youngsters ages two through 12 the park does has over 50 rides for families of every shape and form. LEGOLAND tickets cost $75 for adults and $65 for children 3-12, $10 less than other major Central Florida attractions. Annual passes may be purchased for $129 for adults and $99 for children and seniors over 60. For more information visit LEGOLAND.com. Please share your photos and experiences with us too we would love to know!
Other LegoLand parks
Legoland in Billund, Denmark, is the oldest. It is divided into nine different worlds: Duplo Land, Imagination Zone, LEGOREDO Town, Adventure Land, Miniland, Pirate Land, Lego City, Knights Kingdom and Viking land. The park opened in 1968 and has 1.7 million visitors annually, making it the largest tourist attraction in Denmark outside Copenhagen.
Legoland Windsor was built on the site of the previous Windsor Safari Park in Windsor, Berkshire, and opened in 1996. As of 2010, there are twelve areas in the park, including: The Beginning, Imagination Centre, Miniland, Duplo Land, Traffic, LEGO City, Land of the Vikings, Kingdom of the Pharaohs, Pirates Landing, Knights Kingdom, and Adventure Land.
Legoland California is located in Carlsbad, in North San Diego County. The park opened March 20, 1999, and is split into nine sections which are The Beginning, Dino Island, Explore Village, Fun Town, Castle Hill, Miniland USA, Imagination Zone, Pirate Shores, and Land of Adventure. A Sea Life aquarium is adjacent to the theme park. In 2010, a water park opened on grounds as the only Legoland to feature a water park.
Legoland Deutschland is located in Günzburg, Germany, and opened in 2002. As of 2009, there are seven areas in the park, including: Imagination Center, Miniland, LEGO X-treme, LEGO City, Knights Kingdom, Adventure Land, and Land of the Pirates.
Currently two further Legoland parks are being developed.
Legoland Malaysia is planned to open in Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia in 2012, and would be the first Legoland in Asia.
Legoland Dubailand is planned to open in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was originally scheduled to open in 2011 but has been delayed.