|The entrance to Legoland Waterpark. It’s not a separate gate in the traditional sense, it is a park-within-a-park. Entrance to Legoland is required, along with an additional $12 charge for use of the waterpark.|
|The most “Lego” aspect of the park is the river (original), which includes a Build-a-Raft feature. Guests can grab giant floating Lego blocks to decorate their rafts.|
|What modern waterpark is complete without a great kid’s play structure.|
|Some details seem to be overlooked, like this barely-camoflauged water pump.|
|Other details are rather cute, such as this Lego man occupying the lifeguard chair.|
|The wave pool (original) excels at creating soft, kid-friendly rolling waves.|
|Most of the park’s body slides are contained within the play structure, known as the Joker Soaker (original).|
|Legoland Waterpark’s most thrilling attractions come in the form of three body slides on the Splash Out structure (original). Unfortunately, the access stairs afford a great view of the park’s “boneyard” and decaying sections of the unrestored Cypress Gardens area.|
|The Twin Chasers are two intertwined tube slides. Guests can ride in single or double tubes.|
|Both Twin Chasers provide relatively calm, smooth rides, one enclosed and the other open-air.|
|Another Lego “touch” hiding under one of the Twin Chasers.|
|Although the Splash Out slides aren’t new to the park, they still provide good thrills for the teen and tween set.|
|As expected, some guests get more into building their raft than others.|
|To celebrate the grand opening, Legoland attempted to break the world record for most number of beach balls thrown into the air at one time. The previous record was 400.|
|With over 1,300 guests in attendance for the media event, there were more than enough beach balls to break the world record.|
|The only major addition to the park was this Duplo Splash Safari tiny tots play area.|
|Located near the Lego wave pool, this water table lets guests build small Lego dams and test them against water rapids, or just splash one another!|
|To end our visit to Legoland Waterpark, the quintessential bucket pour!|
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