Legoland Florida has gotten approval from the state of Florida for its reopening plan, so the resort will resume welcoming guests on June 1.
The park will be open between 10am and 5pm daily, with the water park open from noon to 4pm. The new Pirate Island Hotel also will welcome its first guests on June 1. But guests will encounter a wide range of new operational procedures when they visit.
Visitors to Legoland Florida will park leaving an empty space between each vehicle and are encouraged to buy their tickets online before driving to the park. (Here is our link to do that.) All transactions will be cashless, and visitors are encouraged to wear masks. The park will provide disposable masks upon request to visitors who do not have one.
Legoland will conduct temperature checks at the park entrance and measure children for ride-height requirements. Kids will get a wristband that they'll have to show to get on height-restricted rides.
Inside the park, you will find many new hand sanitizing stations, as well as Model Citizens frequently cleaning "high touch" areas. There will be limited capacity for stores, restaurants and attractions, with empty rows or seats being left between parties on rides and in shows. The park also has installed markers throughout to promote staying at least six feet away from other parties. Certain locations within the park will be on "time out" and not available during the initial reopening period. Legoland also has reconfigured seating in dining areas for physical distancing, as well.Tweet
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