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Legoland Florida on July 4th

Iris Hernandez
Submitted by Iris Hernandez
Published: June 30, 2014 at 6:53 PM

Having worked at Magic Kingdom on July 4, 2008 I never fathomed visiting another theme park on such a holiday, ever. The ONLY reason I am going to Legoland on July 4th is becuase our raincheck expires right after. Having said that, I am no theme park novice, but this will be my 2nd visit and I am dreading this 4th of July. Has anyone been to Legoland on this holiday and can give me a mere glimpse as to what to expect? I am expecting a capacity day and of course I have the patience needed to navigate it. Thoughts? Tips? Suggestions?(Besides avoiding it like the plague)

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From Tyler Harris on July 1, 2014 at 1:05 PM

I have not been to Legoland on a holiday, and it will be crowded, but it will not be a jam-packed as Universal or Disney during July 4th. Expect larger than usual crowds.

From Robert Niles on July 1, 2014 at 4:54 PM

From the park's press release:

LEGOLAND® Florida is celebrating the 4th of July weekend in 2014 with its annual Red, Brick and Boom event! Three nights of fireworks set to The LEGO ® Movie soundtrack will light up the sky for all guests to experience, along with fun activities for the entire family to enjoy. The event allows visitors to celebrate the weekend in style while experiencing LEGOLAND Florida’s more than 50 rides, shows and attractions.

What: LEGOLAND Florida is hosting a special 4th of July weekend. Activities for guests to enjoy include:

Fireworks choreographed to The LEGO Movie soundtrack, including such hits as “Everything is Awesome!”

Special viewing glasses to turn fireworks into millions of exploding LEGO bricks at night

Collective, interactive build of a giant LEGO American Flag

Special scavenger hunt in Miniland USA to win a LEGO Prize pack and much more

Red, Brick and Boom will run from Friday, July 4th through Sunday, July 6th and is included in park admission. Park hours will be extended to 9 p.m. during the three-day event.

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