Legoland Florida unveils ticket pricing, will open in 12 months
tickets are now available online. Legoland Florida officials on Thursday said the Winter Haven theme park are now on sale at the company's website
. The central Florida park is slated to open in October 2011.
One-day admission will be $65 for adults, $55 for children ages 3-12. Annual passes will cost $99. Plus passes, which include parking and food and merchandise discounts, will cost $159 for adults and $129 for children. Note that the park is calling these "preview" prices.
Here's more detail about the new park, which held a hard-hat tour for the press today.
A lifetime pass hunh? Very interesting.
I want to view the map of the park, but when I click on the link to the map, a search window pops up. Beware, TPI users!
Yeah, they have a busted link on the Legoland website for the park map. Frustrating.
It's interesting that the Legoland Florida opening date of October, 2011 is the same as the 40th anniversary of WDW. Is Legoland hoping some of the WDW publicity rubs off on them or are they trying for an unobtrusive opening with all the attention centered elsewhere?
Coat-tails. With every newsroom in the world cutting its travel budget, it seems, reporters are more likely to go out in the field if they can cover multiple stories. Opening Legoland around the same time as the WDW 40th will help increase coverage of both events.
Legoland are such small parks, they are hardly fun for children within their narrow age focus. Purchase power parity adjusted, 100$ translates to about the same price Merlin (thats the Lego park operator) or other regional parks charge in Europe for annual passes, which usually allow entrance to some other parks.
Puh-leeze. I can vouch that $99 is an excellent value for a Legoland AP, provided you visit the park twice or more during the year. (I'd say you need at least four visits to make the Plus AP a worthwhile investment.)
Thanks 188.8.131.52 for indulging me, that was fun!
As a passholder for Legoland California I can tell you that if you have children from the age of 2-10 you will be there often if you live close. We use our passes about 3 times a month, visits are abour 5 hours average. We do a lot of playdates there and just the special events like Star Wars weekend and then the upcoming "Brick or Treat" makes the annual pass a great deal! I too thought that I would not enjoy but this theme park has something for everyone. Ours just opened a water park and it is AWESOME!
I'll be in Florida in August, but it won't be open. If it was i would give it a try.
I've never been to a legoland, although I think that miniature "lands" are kind of cool. I'll tell you what is the coolest thing I've ever seen - Madurodam in Netherlands. Freed from having to make everything out of plastic bricks, everything in this miniature city is highly realistic, with boatloads of moving trains, cars and er, boats.
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