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Free Admission To LEGOLAND Florida For First Responders

First responders get free admission to LEGOLAND Florida the month of May.
First responders get free admission to LEGOLAND Florida the month of May.
Devon Martin, LEGO builder

First responders can get a free single day admission to LEGOLAND ® Florida during the entire month of May. It’s just another way that LEGOLAND Florida shows its appreciation to our police officers, fire fighters and EMS employees.

No matter where you serve in the U.S., whether you’re active or retired, if you’re a police officer, fire fighter or an EMS employee, just bring your proper employee ID or professional organization membership card to the ticket window on the day you want to visit. You’ll get a free ticket for yourself and you can even purchase up to four admission tickets for your family or friends for only $40 a piece. That way, you can all enjoy a day at LEGOLAND Florida together for a whole lot less. This offer is valid through May 31, 2014.

A new park expansion will be opening in May as well. Mark your calendar for the grand opening of DUPLO ® Valley on May 23. This area is geared toward toddlers ages 2-5 and will feature farm-themed attractions, including the DUPLO Train, Mini-Tractor, Barn and Splash n’ Play.

Another bonus – if you’re active duty military personnel, you are always welcome at LEGOLAND Florida, no matter the month or season. Members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reservists can always get a free single day admission to LEGOLAND Florida and the LEGOLAND Water Park. Just present your military ID at the ticket window on the day of your visit. Family and friends of military personnel can pre-purchase deeply discounted admission tickets through participating military base ticket offices.

For more information on everything about LEGOLAND Florida, visit florida.legoland.com.