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.
Also see: Legoland arrives fall 2011