LEGOLAND Water Park at LEGOLAND Florida is opening for their third season on Saturday, April 12, 2014. This water park is one of the most colorful you’ll ever see, built with over 4 million LEGO bricks. There is so much to see and lots of fun to be had, just look at what you’ll find:
Grab a friend and plunge down 375 feet in a pair of intertwining water slides. They’re enclosed so you won’t see a thing until you plunge into the pool at the end of your ride.
Adrenaline junkies will flock to this one – it’s the highest point in the park. Choose from three different slides then hold on to your swimsuit as you speed down the 60’ drop and make a big splash.
Kids love this one because they get to build their own LEGO raft-type vessel and then float down the 1000’ lazy river. Along the way, they can see fun LEGO creations and sail past palm trees.
Got to love the name, and you’ll definitely love this interactive aqua playground. Kids can dash around and experience different length slides, a wading pool, and maybe even get dumped on by the 300-gallon water bucket.
DUPLO® Splash Safari
Fun for the little ones awaits at this water play space designed specifically for toddlers. There are DUPLO creatures that they can interact with and shorter slides just perfect for the small set.
When hunger hits, head over to the Beach-n-Brick or the Waveside Grill where you’ll find kid-friendly meals as well as delicious items to satisfy adults (grilled fish sandwich, anyone)?
The Surf Shop has the hottest swimwear and surf clothing and you can even rent a Cabana for the day. LEGOLAND Water Park has it all and it’s specifically geared toward families with children ages 2-12.
Florida residents can purchase an annual pass starting at $129. The pass is valid for admission to both LEGOLAND Florida and LEGOLAND Water Park and also includes free parking, discounts on dining and retail items, and more great perks throughout the year. Note that to enter LEGOLAND Water Park, you have to purchase admission to LEGOLAND Florida and have an admission ticket for the water park as well. It’s a unique park-within-a-park and it’s worth every penny. For more info, visit florida.legoland.com.