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Legoland Florida announces details

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Adrian Jones, Legoland Florida’s General Manager, released details today

It’s one year and counting until Legoland Florida opens its doors to the public – but you can buy your tickets now. The park – ex-home to Cypress Gardens about a half hour south of Walt Disney World – doesn’t look like much yet. However, they officially announced an October 2011 opening, giving themselves 12 months to glue all those little Legos into famous Florida landmarks.

Details announced today include:

  • One-day tickets and annual passes are now available at www.LEGOLANDFloridaResort.com.
  • Current ticket prices: $65 for adults, $55 for children and seniors, and a standard annual pass for $99.
  • Not good enough? A lifetime pass goes for $2,500 but it includes unlimited admission and discounts on preferred parking, special events, food, and merchandise.
  • The park will gear more than 50 rides and attractions to children age two to 12.
  • Legoland Florida will have ten different lands: The Beginning, Fun Town, Miniland USA, Castle Hill, Land of Adventure, XTreme, LEGO City, Imagination Zone, Pirate Cove and DUPLO Village.
Legoland Florida under construction October 2010

Legoland Florida has more bulldozers than Lego landmarks, but that will soon change

Also see: Legoland arrives fall 2011

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