WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Legoland Florida will turn 10 next year, and, in celebration, the theme park has announced a batch of new experiences and a throwback deal on its annual passes.
What You Need To Know
- Legoland is getting ready to celebrate its 10th birthday
- New annual pass for Florida residents costs $99
- New shows, experiences set to debut in 2021
- Legoland will also get a large Lego birthday cake
To mark the upcoming milestone, the park is offering a new Play & Party annual pass for $99, the original price from the early days of the park.
The pass, which is only available to Florida residents, includes admission to the Legoland theme park, complimentary parking, discounts guest tickets and access to special events. The Play & Party Pass does have blockout dates.
In addition to the annual pass deal, Legoland will have a few new shows and experiences to offer visitors in 2021. The new Watersports Stunt Show featuring Brickbeard and a new female pirate character will debut February 12. The show, which takes places on Lake Eloise, will also include a new flyboard act.
A new 4D movie will debut at the Legoland Fun Town Theater in the spring. There will also be a new Master Builder experience at Legoland’s new building center, which is also set to debut in the spring.
The Lego City area of the park will also get a new stage show this summer. New models will also be added to the area in the spring, providing a few more photo opportunities.
Over at the park’s Miniland area, new shade structures will be added.
Legoland will also have new events debut next year, including a PirateFest Weekends event in February and Lego Friends Weekends in May.
To top off the celebrations, Legoland plans to have a Lego birthday cake in time for its big 10. In fact the cake will be, according to Legoland, the “biggest, most awesome Lego birthday cake ever created.” Legoland plans to release more details closer to its actual birthday weekend.