WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – Legoland Florida is adding two Lego Mythica experiences to its lineup later this month—a new 4D movie and an augmented-reality scavenger hunt.
What You Need To Know
- Legoland Florida adding two new Mythica experiences this month
- A 4D movie, "Journey to Mythica" will debut May 27 at the Legoland Fun Town Theater
- An augmented reality scavenger hunt will also be available at Miniland USA
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“Lego Mythica – Journey to Mythica” will debut May 27 in the park’s Legoland Fun Town Theater. The movie centers on a character called Bobs, an alicorn, on an adventure through enchanted forests, hidden caves and across raging seas.
“He will have to escape the Chimera, soar with Maximus the Sky Lion and make a splash with Duo the Hydra, all before discovering his true powers,” Legoland said in a news release.
Legoland visitors can also head to the park’s Miniland USA for another an augmented-reality scavenger hunt featuring the Mythica creatures. Using the Legoland Florida app, visitors can search for the seven hidden creatures and "capture” them as digital trading cards.
Miniland, which has been closed as shade structures are added to the area, will reopen for the limited time experience before construction resumes.
Both the 4D movies and the scavenger hunt are included with admission to Legoland Florida.
For more information, visit legoland.com/florida.