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Legoland Florida
One LEGOLAND Way
Winter Haven
FL
33884
Tel: 877 350 5346

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If you are using a GPS system, it's worth keeping 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. Now go have a great time! Cars are $14 for parking.

Where are we going today?

Are you ready for a thrilling, adventurous, fun and exciting time? Yes? Then let's go to Legoland Florida! This iconic theme park is a great way to spend the family's day out - want to hear why? Let's go!

How much do you think you could fit into 150 acres of interactive fun? There is more than 50 rides, attractions and shows, as well as restaurants, shopping, and even a botanical garden - who would have thought!

Did we also mention there is a water park for those kids aged between 2 and 12? Amazing!

Legoland Florida is divided into fun, themed areas, each with their own amazing rides and dining options. From Pirate Cove, Extreme Games, The Imagination Zone, to Medieval Kingdoms, kids will have fun making their way around this creative and vibrant park.

Want to float around on a rotating platform 150 feet into the sky? Perhaps you would rather slide, climb and crawl around a sweet friendly farm with animals? Maybe BUILDING a lego car and testing it actually working is more your style?

You can be certain there are amazing attractions for kids of all ages, from the teenie tots (like DUPLO Valley with mini tractor rides and a water play area) to those brave souls who might want to explore LEGO City with rides like Flying School where they are suspended on a speeding roller coaster.

And then of course, the Waterpark has fun areas for kids of all ages. Don’t forget about the shows too across the day - it’s an amazing experience!

Who's ready for Legoland Florida!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $74 for Legoland only one day access
  • ChildrenFrom $67 for Legoland only one day access
  • Free Under: Toddlers free for Legoland only.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Times vary, but often 10am open with close between 5pm and 8pm.

Open 7 days a week, but could be closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays during certain periods.

Teachers corner

A great trip for science, technology, math and engineering students, kids can really study applied learning on the rides, as well as educational programs. Great programs specifically designed for grades K to 6..

I'm Hungry!

You certainly won't go hungry! There are so many restaurants and snack options, from ice cream bars, burgers, pizza and pasta, slushies and chicken. .

Healthy Eating!

A lot of the food outlets have diet specific foods, including gluten free, egg free, vegetarian options and healthy options. .

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you check the height requirements for the rides because for safety, kids need to follow these and we wouldn't want them to queue then be disappointed! .

Need a little extra help?

The shops, show venues, restaurants and majority of the rides are all accessible to guests in wheelchairs or have special needs. .

Baby Facilities

The Baby Care Center is located in DUPLO Village and is stocked with bottle warmers, high chairs, rockers for nursing moms, baby change facilities and a microwave. In addition, all restrooms (male and female) park-wide have diaper change tables and family restrooms available..

Can I get one of those?

Take your pocket money - of course there is shopping! With over 10 stores to choose from, you can buy a whole range of merchandise, and yes - that includes LEGO! .

More information

Same day readmission is permitted if you get the stamp before you leave..

What people are saying?

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    We had a blast when we visited Legoland with my Family. My 5 year old daughter and 7 year old son really enjoyed it. This park is really meant for kids age 13 and under. The park was nice and clean, although some of the Lego model colors are noticeably peeling off. My kids really enjoyed all of the attractions and rides. The park attendants goes really makes you feel welcome. It was my son's birthday and they gave him a badge. Almost every park attendants that saw the badge, greeted him happy birthday and some even sang to him. The food was actually...Read More

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    Its an Average park. I would have given it 3 stars. Had to take a star for very poor customer service.

    1. Target Demographic: Everything here is geared towards small kids. The rides,games and the entertainment. Roller coasters are mini versions. Not enjoyable for adults. So its a good park if you are there for your kids.
    2. Pricing: By the time you invest driving to this place + Gas from Orlando/Tampa + Tickets + Parking, there are certainly better options if your time in FL is limited. Took us 1 hours 15 minutes to get there. Its no 45 minute...Read More

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    Terrible.

    The day we went there was a thunder/lightning.

    Ok no problem.

    Guest Services "said" they don't do refunds (even though I JUST bought the tickets).

    Ok no problem.

    They said they would email vouchers within 3-4 business days.

    Ok no problem.

    It's now been 1 month and two days, STILL no vouchers. To add, when I finially am able to get someone on the phone that tell me Guest Services has no phone line...I can only email them and they will reply. That was FIVE emails ago.

    My family will NEVER go to a LegoLand again.

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    Nice alternative to the Mouse. We spent a day at the park with our 4 year old for 4th July, hoping to avoid the larger queues at the Disney Parks, this paid off well. The rides and attractions were much better for her age group than the other parks and she relished in jumping from one area to another. The water park although small for the number of people was a highlight for us all. The slides and wave pool kept us all entertained for hours. The final firework show with special lego glasses was much better than the fireworks at both Magic Kingdom...Read More

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    Our entire family just loved this park! So clever and imaginative! On a related topic, our 10 year old daughter has become an avid Lego builder and has demonstrated an incredible skill at problem solving when it comes to building constructions that include a roof!

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by Daniel Nery

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We had a blast when we visited Legoland with my Family. My 5 year old daughter and 7 year old son really enjoyed it. This park is really meant for kids age 13 and under. The park was nice and clean, although some of the Lego model colors are noticeably peeling off. My kids really enjoyed all of the attractions and rides. The park attendants goes really makes you feel welcome. It was my son's birthday and they gave him a badge. Almost every park attendants that saw the badge, greeted him happy birthday and some even sang to him. The food was actually pretty good and I thought it was better than the food from Universal Studios, Bush Gardens, or Disney But definitely expect the typical outrageous price for food and drinks. My only real complain with our visit was the park hours. We got there at 10 am and left at 5 pm. We almost feels like we're in a rush and couldn't enjoy every ride because of the short operating hours. Because of that we didn't get to see the whole park or get on every ride. They need to increase the hours maybe at least all the way to 7 pm or even open early at 9 am. Other than that, the whole family had fun.

by Bobby Singh

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Its an Average park. I would have given it 3 stars. Had to take a star for very poor customer service.

1. Target Demographic: Everything here is geared towards small kids. The rides,games and the entertainment. Roller coasters are mini versions. Not enjoyable for adults. So its a good park if you are there for your kids.
2. Pricing: By the time you invest driving to this place + Gas from Orlando/Tampa + Tickets + Parking, there are certainly better options if your time in FL is limited. Took us 1 hours 15 minutes to get there. Its no 45 minute drive.
2. Hours:The park is open from 10-5PM. Thats 7 hours. Now even if you get there by 9, they dont let you in the parking lot. So there is no way to get inside at 10. Thats cuts the time by another 1/2 hour or so. So you as much as Disney park, for 1/2 the time. Kinda sucks.
3. Parking: After paying $14 in parking fees, they make you park in this 2nd parking lot, 3/4 mile away from the gates. The 1st parking lot was half empty but they wont let you in unless you are premium member. There are no trams like every other park that we have been to. It still wasnt bad to walk with my 2 little girls as they were excited.
4. Kicker: It was hot FL day and the girls were exhausted. So we left the park bit early. Still 95 outside. So instead of having everyone walk to the car in hot sun (and asphalt), I decided to have them wait near gates so I can go get the car. Guess What... They would not let me in the 1st parking lot at 4:30PM (thats 1/2 hour from closing) to pick my family up near the gates. That was the straw that broke camels back. Unbelievable. They did not budge and I had to have the kids walk/carry the 3/4 mile to the car.

Message: Unless you pay the premium, we will make you suffer for not paying us enough.

Highly unlikely that we will go there again, even though we have a pass for another day.

by Alan McLoughlin

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Nice alternative to the Mouse. We spent a day at the park with our 4 year old for 4th July, hoping to avoid the larger queues at the Disney Parks, this paid off well. The rides and attractions were much better for her age group than the other parks and she relished in jumping from one area to another. The water park although small for the number of people was a highlight for us all. The slides and wave pool kept us all entertained for hours. The final firework show with special lego glasses was much better than the fireworks at both Magic Kingdom and Epcot. The only downside for us was the high entrance fees. With the water park ticket purchased, the cost is about the same as the other bigger Disney or Universal Parks. Staff were friendly but not to the same degree as Disney. Overall I'd recommend if the bigger parks have already been checked off your list but you MUST include the water park.

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