LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort

Free admission
1 Legoland Way, Winter Haven, Florida, 33884

The Basics

As one of the largest LEGOLAND® parks in the world, the 150-acre (61-hectare) LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is a must-visit destination for kids aged 2-12. The park has a dozen play areas, which include the hands-on Imagination Zone and LEGO MOVIE™ WORLD, which brings the LEGO films to life. You’ll also find roller-coasters, kid-friendly rides, and live shows. For a stress-free visit, book your admission tickets online; some packages include round-trip transit to the park.

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LEGOLAND Florida Theme Park Tickets
LEGOLAND Florida Theme Park Tickets
$79.18 per adult
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The rides were a blast!...
The rides were a blast! Me and the kids had a great time. Our first family vacation. Can't wait to have many more! Michelle was great and I couldn't be happier
annica_g, Mar 2023

Things to Know Before You Go

  • LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is home to more than a dozen eateries, which range from panini grills and burger restaurants to ice cream parlors.
  • The majority of park attractions and facilities are accessible to wheelchair users; wheelchairs can be rented on site.
  • The park’s mobile app is free to download, and lets you buy tickets, check the wait times on rides, and discover other park information.
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How to Get There

LEGOLAND Florida Resort is located in Winter Haven, a 1-hour drive from Orlando via the I-4 W and a 1-hour drive from Tampa via the I-4 E. The LEGOLAND shuttle also operates between Orlando and the park and can be booked in advance. Should you wish to stay overnight, there are three on-site hotels.

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When to Get There

LEGOLAND Florida Resort is open year-round; visiting days and hours vary from month to month, so it’s advised to check the website in advance of your visit. LEGOLAND’s Water Park is a seasonal attraction and is open from March-October.

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Cypress Gardens

If you need a break from the park’s high-octane rides, take a stroll around Cypress Gardens, a botanical garden that dates back to the 1930s and was originally part of the Cypress Gardens theme park that once stood on the site. Today, the verdant oasis showcases native species such as azaleas, camellias, and a giant banyan tree that was planted in 1939.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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