WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – With many places canceling their Fourth of July fireworks celebration because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Legoland Florida is going ahead with its annual event.
What You Need To Know
- Legoland to hold July 4 fireworks
- Socially-distanced viewing areas will be in place
- Theme park is operating with reduced capacity
The Winter Haven theme park will hold its Red, White & Boom fireworks show on July 4.
Park visitors will be to watch the display in new social-distancing viewing areas, Legoland said. The designated areas are Heartlake, Fun Town, Miniland USA, Land of Adventure and Lego Technic Tot Spot.
The fireworks are enhanced by 3D glasses that turn the fireworks into Lego bricks.
Red, White & Boom is included with theme park admission.
Legoland reopened June 1 with a number of new health and safety measures, including reduced capacity, cashless payments, temperature checks and increased cleaning. Legoland is also recommending that visitors wear face masks while in the park.