Legoland New York now has an official opening date. The third Legoland park in the United States will open officially in Goshen, New York on Independence Day - July 4, 2020.
Legoland New York also today opened sales of annual passes to the park, which will include more than 50 rides, shows and other attractions on its 150-acre site 60 miles north of Manhattan.
America's third Legoland park opens next Independence Day! pic.twitter.com/5dw9Yg5aSi— Theme Park Insider (@ThemePark) October 2, 2019
Unlike Legoland California and Legoland Florida, Legoland New York will not operate year-round. The park's new operating calendar reveals that the park will close for the season on November 30, with the park also closing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in September and October as well as selected weekdays in November.
Legoland New York annual passes start at $119.99 for a pass that is blacked out 34 of the park's 153 operating days. An unlimited pass costs $134.99, and a Gold Pass that includes all other Merlin/Legoland parks costs $209.99. That's the same price that Legoland Florida charges for a Gold pass with the same chain-wide benefit. All Legoland New York passes are valid for 12 months from first visit.Tweet
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