Wednesday, February 21, 2024

LEGOLAND Florida rings in tenth anniversary with new attractions and enhancements

LEGOLAND Florida Resort is celebrating its 10th birthday with with big announcements about the fun coming to the resort in 2022, including a new ride and new entertainment enhancements to its calendar of events. LEGOLAND also debuted an all-new attraction, The LEGOLAND Story, to commemorate this awesome milestone.


Set sail with a crew of LEGO pirates on Captain’s orders to explore the murky waters and retrieve the lost treasure, stolen by a troop of monkeys. Journey through the uncharted waters of the legendary Cypress Gardens and discover the secrets protecting its canals, as this all-new story unfolds brick by brick into a family-friendly treasure hunt.

Characters from LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s Brick or Treat Halloween event. Photo courtesy of LEGOLAND Florida Resort.

In January 2022, the theme park built for kids will bring back its newest fan-favorite event PirateFest Weekends with some fun surprises. LEGO NINJAGO Days will also return in 2022 and the AWE-Summer celebration will introduce some new LEGO characters this summer. Next year, the park will also bewitch guests with its biggest Brick or Treat ever, featuring an all-new show lineup, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO characters and an all-new cinematic experience before closing out the year with Holidays at LEGOLAND and Kids’ New Year’s Eve Party in December.

The LEGOLAND Story features a historical timeline of LEGOLAND’s development along with a brick-by-brick replica of the park. Photo courtesy of LEGOLAND Florida Resort.

The LEGOLAND Story immerses LEGO lovers in the unexpected origin story of everyone’s favorite brick. Guests will also learn about the ever-evolving theme park experience and how LEGOLAND Parks were built. In this all-new attraction, LEGO history comes to life with playful displays, including an original ride vehicle from Cypress Gardens’ Triple Hurricane attraction and an interactive Minifigure trading wall. Floor-to-ceiling graphics illustrate chapters of LEGO history, including the first LEGO toy ever created and the original minifigure. After exploring the walkthrough experience, guests will build alongside the Master Builders’ Workshop with hands-on brick activities that are sure to inspire the builders of tomorrow. In the Six Blue Brick Build Experience, LEGO lovers will learn how six 2 x 4 bricks can snap into more than 915 million combinations.

The LEGOLAND Story touches upon the history of the park, including an homage to its predecessor Cypress Gardens. Photo courtesy of LEGOLAND Florida Resort.

The official winning LEGO model from LEGO MASTERS Season Two, along with the second and third place models, is also now on display at this new attraction. Here, fans can get 360-degree views of these colorful masterpieces.

Near the entrance of The LEGOLAND Story is the new LEGOLAND Coffee Co. quick service stand where guests can grab coffee, pastries and other snacks. Photo courtesy of LEGOLAND Florida Resort.

The smell of freshly brewed coffee and pastries will fill the air in the entryway to The LEGOLAND Story. The LEGOLAND Coffee Co. features new flash-chilled iced coffee and seasonal flavors. Hand-held breakfast items like tavern ham, baby swiss and egg croissant sandwiches, sun-dried tomato and spinach frittata wraps, and triple-smoked bacon quiche cups are available to start a day of adventure at LEGOLAND.

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