Legoland California is reopening part of its Miniland to hotel guests and other customers, the park announced today.
The Carlsbad, Calif. park remains closed to guests, along with all other theme parks in the state of California, due to stay-at-home orders during the pandemic. However, Legoland Hotel guests, annual pass members and customers who make a $25 minimum purchase at The Big Shop are invited to walk through three sections of the park's central Lego model display.
Miniland New York, New Orleans, and Las Vegas will be open to those guests while the resort awaits state approval to reopen the rest of the park. The Legoland Hotel began welcoming back guests earlier this month, and The Big Shop store is open daily from 10am to 4pm, with extended hours until 6pm on Fridays. Parking is free.
The store also is displaying the top three Lego models from the "Lego Masters" TV show, as well.
While parks and other entertainment facilities are closed throughout the state, some parks have found creative ways to earn at least some revenue during the closure. In addition to Legoland's partial reopening of its Miniland, Knott's Berry Farm is hosting weekend food festivals at its park, and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom has reopened its "Marine World Experience" animal exhibit to the public. Shopping and dining districts outside the park gates also are open for business at the Disneyland Resort, Knott's Berry Farm and Universal Studios Hollywood.Tweet
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