Legoland is testing the ride vehicles for its upcoming trackless motion-base attraction.
The ride vehicles from Dutch manufacturer ETF will take visitors through the Lego Factory Adventure at the new Legoland New York theme park when it opens next year. On the ride, visitors will be shrunk down to the size of a Lego Minifig for a "brick’s eye view" of the creation of Lego bricks. You can see that process for the first time after the test footage in the video below.
After that, you'll get some additional POV media from the ride, upon which Legoland promises "sensory-enhanced stops along the way."
Legoland New York opens next year in Orange County, about 60 miles north of New York City. It will be Legoland's largest theme park by size and feature seven themed lands, including the first-ever Lego Factory Adventure ride. You can see more from that ride in our First Look at Legoland's New Trackless Dark Ride Adventure that we published earlier this year. And from the announcement of the attraction at last year's IAAPA Expo.
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