Child Mode: Orlando, Florida will be getting themselves a brand new theme park! Opening this Fall 2011, Legoland Florida will be the largest of the 5 Legolands in the world joining the others in California, Germany, England and Denmark. Geared towards families with children ages 2 to 12, the 150 acre full-day theme park will offer more than 50 interactive rides, shows and attractions including amazing and unique LEGO® models making it unlike any other theme park in Florida.
The ten different lands of Legoland Florida are The Beginning, Fun Town, Miniland USA, Castle Hill, Land of Adventure, XTreme, LEGO City, Imagination Zone, Pirate Cove and DUPLO® Village.
Don’t think the park is all roller coasters and rides, families will be able to get a glimpse of castles, jungle angimals, miniature skylines and famous cities – all made out of Lego bricks! You can buy passes for a limited time discount right now through their website. Prices are $65 for adults and $55 for children and seniors (children 2 and under get in free). Standard Annual Passes purchased now through the end of the year are available at the children’s prices of $99. Once the park has officially opened admission will go up $10 per ticket.
If you have a real Lego fan on your hands, a lifetime pass is available for $2,500 and includes unlimited admission, discounts on preferred parking, special events, plus discounts on food and merchandise. Wow!