What’s at LEGOLAND?
LEGOLAND spans an impressive 150 acres and offers over 50 rides, attractions and shows aimed at families with kids aged 2 to 12 years old. You’ll also find the new LEGOLAND Water Park, shops, restaurants and a stunning botanical garden to wander. Is it all built from LEGO?
Not quite, but there are 10 themed zones to explore, including LEGO City, Miniland USA, LEGO Kingdoms, LEGO Technic, Imagination Zone, DUPLO Valley, Fun Town and Land of Imagination. In these zones you’ll find hair-raising roller coasters and gentle rides, driving schools with LEGO cars and mini LEGO versions of New York, Florida, the Kennedy Space Station, California and Las Vegas. What’s at the LEGOLAND Water Park?
All the water-themed attractions families could want, from the Splash Out waterslide and Twin Chasers tube ride, to navigating the lazy river in self-built LEGO rafts. The LEGO Wave Pool, Joaker Soaker and DUPLO Splash Safari areas provide hours of fun for kids, whilst grownups can relax at the Wave Pool and even rent a cabana. Where can we grab a bite to eat?
You’ll find loads of eateries in the different zones catering to all tastes and nutritional requirements. Get your savoury fix from the Market Restaurant, Pizza & Pasta Buffet, Beach-n-Brick Grill, Castle Burger, Adventure Trailer, Fried Chicken Restaurant, I-Zone Panini, Lakeside Sandwich Co, Robot Pit Stop, Cap’n Brickbeard’s Burger and City Stage Snack Bar. Get your sweet fix at Granny’s Apple Fries, Sunny’s Ice Cream Shop, Waffle Spears and Fun Town Slushies. What souvenirs can we buy?
Throughout the zones you’ll find LEGO themed shops with plenty of memorabilia to collect. Head to The Big Shop for everything LEGO, Pick a Brick to stock up on your LEGO bricks and LEGO Studios for LEGO toys including Harry Potter. There’s also LEGO Friends Shop dedicated to all things girls, The King’s Market for costumes and Surf Shop for any gear you may need for the water park. Where is LEGOLAND?
Conveniently, the theme park is just 45 minutes from Orlando and Tampa.