Jump to content
  TPR Home | Parks | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram 

Legoland Florida Discussion Thread

P. 31: Peppa Pig mini theme park coming in 2022!

Recommended Posts

^ Totally. I just guess I would have expected from Legoland, though to have it all together by now. The videos that they have of each land show a bunch of rides, but I still don't get the feeling that the videos are supposed to showcase EXACTLY what rides will be in each land, or an "idea."

 

I mean, the videos clearly show things like:

 

- The Dragon

- Dark Ride

- The Jr. Woodie re-themed to something dinosaur related

- Driving School

- A 4-D Movie

 

But even still it's all a little ambiguous. I'm patient and I'll wait...

 

My guess is that with an October opening (versus early in the year) they are taking everything at a calculated pace, so that their "news" is timely when released and not competing with other Florida amusement park news.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I'm a bit surprised they didn't try to keep more of the coasters and re-theme them to fit their Lego concept. I mean everything that was there with the exception of Starliner was allready a family or kid sized coaster. Thos pictures look like the roller skater and the inverted roller skater have both been dismantled. I'm pretty excited for this place to open but having never been to a Legoland before I really don't know what to expect from it.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I konw the Cypress gardens lineup was very mediocre but its not like the other Legoland's of the world have El Toro's and Maverick's either. I thought that the Roller Skater and the suspended family coaster (maybe the mouse) if themed well could really have fit into the overall Legoland concept.

 

After reading that article it sounds like the Lego City Section will have a "Flight School – An inverted steel coaster that lets kids feel the thrill of flight " so maybe they are saving the Junior inverted coaster after all. If not does anyone want to start a "Save the Swamp Thing" web site with me?

Edited by Hilltopper39
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Much more information, including ride names, in this report from Fox Orlando.

 

http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/attractions/legoland/102110-legoland-plans

 

Thanks for the link

 

2136830489_LLOrange.jpg.3d7d06ebd45804b030c3c94d56e68f0d.jpg

 

Legoland Florida announces ticket prices along with a list of rides and themed areas

 

Updated: Thursday, 21 Oct 2010, 3:36 PM EDT

Published : Thursday, 21 Oct 2010, 2:46 PM EDT

 

Legoland Florida unveiled its ticket pricing Thursday for its new 150-acre theme park which will be opening in October 2011.Central Florida’s newest theme park in Winter Haven will feature more than 50 interactive rides, shows and attractions.

 

Admission Tickets and Annual Passes

Pre-sales have begun at http://www.LEGOLANDFloridaResort.com and the early bird really gets the worm with special pricing:

 

General Admission

Adults 13-59: $65, plus tax – a savings of $10!

Child 3-12 or Senior, 60+: $55, plus tax

Children under 3 free

Annual Passes

Extra special pricing now through December 31, 2010:

Standard Annual Pass:

$99 adult/child/senior, plus tax – Adult Passes at Child Prices!

Includes unlimited LEGOLAND Florida admission

Plus Annual Pass:

Adult: $159, plus tax

Child/Senior: $129, plus tax

Includes parking, food and merchandise discounts

Ambassador Pass:

$2,500, plus tax

Includes lifetime admission to LEGOLAND Florida, preferred parking, special events, discounts on food and merchandise

 

Watch the videos below to see what the different sections of the park will feature.

 

The Beginning hosts park entry, ticket and pass sales, the Garden Restaurant and The Big Shop.

The Big Shop – One of the largest retail stores in the world where guests can a huge selection of LEGO and LEGOLAND merchandise

The Market – Authentic imported Danishes and freshly baked pastries, espresso, milk, juice, fruit, a selection of yogurts and soft serve ice cream.

 

When guests enter Fun Town, they truly get a sense they’ve entered a LEGO village.

LEGOLAND Florida will feature a variety of retail shops and delicious treats, most notably, Granny’s Apple Fries.

Factory Tour – A firsthand look at how LEGO bricks are made from factory to finish

Studio Store – Visit this store to pick-up all your favorite LEGO licensed products, like Clutch Powers, Bob the Builder™ , SpongeBob™, Indiana Jones™, Star Wars™ and Batman™

Granny’s Apple Fries – The home of our signature dessert item! This must-have snack is made with crisp Granny Smith apples, powdered with cinnamon and sugar and served with a deliciously sweet vanilla cream sauce

Fun Town Theater – Four different 4-D movies will show throughout the day at LEGOLAND’s largest 4-D theater with seats for 700!

 

Miniland USA, the heart of every LEGOLAND Park, will be home to seven specially themed areas – Washington, D.C., New York City, Las Vegas, Kennedy Space Center, Daytona and of course Florida.

 

Florida encompasses the entire state from Mallory Square in Key West to Bok Tower in Central Florida and antebellum mansions in the Panhandle. Miniland Florida also includes an expanded area for Kennedy Space Center and an interactive Daytona racing experience where guests can race LEGO brick cars.

 

Las Vegas features the world-famous Strip including the Luxor Las Vegas, New York, New York Hotel and Casino, Excalibur, Mirage, Treasure Island, Tropicana, MGM Grand, Venetian, Stratosphere tower and two iconic structures of Paris Las Vegas: the balloon sign and Eiffel Tower. “The Strip” at LEGOLAND also features a miniature wedding chapel, monorails and real life sounds recorded in Las Vegas. The architectural landmark is built out of more than two million bricks and represents more than sixteen-thousand hours of creative artistry.

 

Washington, D.C. sports faithful recreations of the White House, Capitol Building, Smithsonian, Washington and Jefferson monuments and parts of Georgetown. An animated marching band parades in front of the Capitol and tiny cherry trees blossom every spring.

 

New York City features the Freedom Tower years before its completion in the Big Apple. Tiny jets of water shoot up from the fountain in Rockefeller Plaza, while an army of animated yellow taxicabs prowls the streets of Times Square. The Statue of Liberty, a cutaway view of Grand Central Station, The Empire State Building, The Guggenheim Museum and the Bronx Zoo are just a few of the recognizable landmarks.

 

Castle Hill takes kids back to medieval times where spells are cast and many knights, damsels and dragons are found.

The Dragon – An indoor/outdoor steel roller coaster that features a spirited and humorous view of life behind the scenes within the enchanted LEGOLAND Castle

The Royal Joust – Kids ride LEGO themed horses through a number of medieval scenes where they encounter other riders in a simulated joust

 

In Land of Adventure, adventurers of all ages explore hidden tombs and hunt for treasure.

Coastersaurus – This junior coaster reaches curves and dips in and around a prehistoric jungle of animated and life-sized LEGO brick dinosaurs

Lost Kingdom Adventure – LEGOLAND Florida’s spectacular dark ride invites guests to fire laser blasters at targets and brave the rugged Egyptian landscape in all-terrain roadsters, while attempting to unearth the vast treasures of a forgotten empire

Pharaoh’s Revenge – This outdoor attraction lets children and parents fire soft foam balls at enemies and explore the complex maze of the Pharaoh’s kingdom

Beetle Bounce – Launch 15-feet up toward intricate, brightly jeweled LEGO scarab beetles perched atop two monumental obelisks.

 

XTreme

LEGO TECHNIC® Test Track –Brave guests feel the power of acceleration, braking and maneuverability as they race a life-size LEGO TECHNIC vehicle along a wild roller coaster track.

AQUAZONE® Wave Racers –Riders zip in and out of waves as they dodge water blasters on this dual water carousel ride.

 

LEGO City, the perfect place where youngsters can live out their dreams in a scaled down town created just for them.

Fun Town Fire Academy – Families race to put out a “blaze” by piling into a “fire truck” and power it by pumping levers across a paved straightaway. The first family to put out the fire and make it back wins!

Driving School – A “real-life” driving experience for children ages 6 through 13, where kids receive their official LEGOLAND driver license

Junior Driving School – A scaled down version driving school course for children ages 3 through 5

Flight School – An inverted steel coaster that lets kids feel the thrill of flight

The Big Test - This interactive show uses acrobatics, music and playful fun to teach fire safety as the zany crew of Fun Town Fire Department attempts to conquer the “Big Test” to become official firefighters

 

Imagination Zone emphasizes exploring and creation, while showcasing seven of the most visually exciting LEGO models in the world, including a replica of Albert Einstein’s head.

 

Game Space – Features thirteen game stations where guests can experience LEGO STAR WARS™ and other family-friendly games like LEGO INDIANA JONES™, LEGO BATMAN™ and Monsters vs. Aliens all year round

Build & Test – Build a LEGO car and test it against the competition on the digitally timed track

LEGO MINDSTORMS™ – Build and program cutting edge, computerized LEGO MINDSTORMS™ robots

LEGO Clubhouse – Kids and parents stock up on bulk LEGO brick and Make & Create kits while enjoying ice cream, popcorn, beverages and snacks

Kid Power Towers – Kids and parents alike hoist themselves up to the top of a tower to get a great view of the entire Park and the lovely Lake Eloise, and then enjoy a fun “free-fall” to the bottom

 

Pirate’s Cove has been taken over by swashbuckling pirates along the shores of Lake Eloise at LEGOLAND Florida’s very own live-action water stunt show.

 

DUPLO® Village is ideal for toddlers and their growing minds. Youngsters can fly a plane, drive a car or explore a whole town – all designed with their height in mind.

Edited by ernierocker
Link to comment
Share on other sites

^So that is a bit more encouraging. But am I reading it right that they're keeping the SLC in Training!?!? Ugh!

 

Seems like it will be a lot like the California one when it opened with way less attractions than it has today, but as long as they keep adding as they've done in California it should be a winner.

 

One disappointment for me is the lineup for Miniland. Seems VERY similar to California's. I've enjoyed going to all of the different Legolands and seeing DIFFERENT Minilands.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

^under Lego City

 

Flight School – An inverted steel coaster that lets kids feel the thrill of flight

 

It's a wordy article, so I went back and italicized the rides/attractions and put the coasters in red pen.

Edited by larrygator
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Game Space – Features thirteen game stations where guests can experience LEGO STAR WARS™ and other family-friendly games like LEGO INDIANA JONES™, LEGO BATMAN™ and Monsters vs. Aliens all year round

 

I'm actually a bit surprised by the inclusion of Lego Batman. I love the game and I love Batman so I tried to buy some Lego Batman stuff at the Mall of America and Legoland Deutschland, but to no avail. I was told that they discontinued the line.

 

This looks like a pretty good line-up for the park, but no water ride besides the AQUAZONE® Wave Racers, that seems odd.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I totally agree the lack of water/boat rides seems odd.

 

Also, I would TOTALLY jump on that $99 pass if this park was remotely close to Orlando, or even just right off the interstate. But I'm not sure I would visit twice the first year with its location...it makes me sad, I wish it was more accessible!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I live in Jacksonville and I always think that Cypress Gardens/Legoland is closer to Orlando than it is. When I used to go there it just seemed like it took me forever to get to the park from Orlando. I too wish it was in a better location. I am worried that the location will inevitably cause problems for Legoland.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

There was a lot of doubt about Cypress Gardens, but I can't imagine Legoland not working out. People in SoCal go out of their way to visit the one in Carlsbad, which is about 60 miles South of Disneyland and 30-40 miles north of San Diego...basically, it's kind of in the middle of nowhere...just like the one in Florida.

 

The California one, though, is like 30 seconds off the Interstate.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

$2500 for the lifetime pass? This is assuming several things:

 

1) You will live at least for the next 25 years to get your money's worth

2) You will not move out of where you live for the next 25 years

3) The park will still be around in 25 years.

 

That's a lot of ??? when dropping that kind of money. I wonder if Hard Rock Park offered the same kind of deal!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I would say that if one were to buy the lifetime pass, they would first add up how often they go to the park, average expense of every visit to the park, and also how long they would be planning to stay within the area of the park. If someone was a frequent visitor, I could see them easily making their money back within a couple years.

 

At $75 a pop for single day admission, it would take about 35 visits to make up the $2500 plus tax.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I believe there's a £600 lifetime pass at Legoland Windsor - just inside the entrance, they have a wall where Lego mosaic nametags are put up, showing who's bought lifetime passes. I think there were about 20 names up, but there may have been quite a few others who just wanted to preserve their privacy.

 

I know I'd probably buy a Lego Around the World lifetime pass - hint, hint, Merlin - if they were available, and didn't mean I'd have to sell a kidney or two.

 

On a probably equally nerdy note, the Lego fan in me is slightly disappointed that the attractions line-up, not just Miniland, is pretty much note-for-note the same as Carlsbad's, but I don't expect any GP will give a Lego monkey's, which is fair in the end.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

On a probably equally nerdy note, the Lego fan in me is slightly disappointed that the attractions line-up, not just Miniland, is pretty much note-for-note the same as Carlsbad's.

 

Same. Having just visited Legoland CA, earlier this year, I don't think it will be worth it for us. I was really, really looking forward to this. We need a cheaper alternative to replace our WDW passes. Now I'm just bummed out.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Anyone else notice the stark lack of a Kuka-Arm like at most of the other parks? Kinda odd, they seemed to be on a bit of a kick with those.

Yes, and my response is also the same with the water rides, that I think it's unrealistic that the park opens with EVERYTHING that the other parks have evolved into over the years.

 

Remember, the Carlsbad location (or any of the others for that matter) didn't open with the Mouse, they didn't open with the dark ride, and even the Carlsbad park, other than the Aquazone and a kiddie long flume does have any "proper" water rides.

 

I fully expect that over the few years you'll see expansions that will include:

 

- Water rides

- Kuka Arm Attraction

- Sealife

- Water park?

 

I would say that most of the "staples" that you see in other Legoland parks are included...but of course at "Orlando Ticket Prices."

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use https://themeparkreview.com/forum/topic/116-terms-of-service-please-read/