Best New Young Kid’s Theme Park

By Barbara Ann Kelley,

Legoland Florida in Winterhaven is a 150-acre interactive family theme park with over 50 family rides plus, “hands-on” attractions and shows. Legoland Florida is geared toward families with children ages 2-12.

There are wonderful attractions like the Dragon Coaster on Castle Hill, the Island in the Sky and the Botanical Gardens. There’s even a Ford Driving school where kids can drive LEGO-themed cars through city streets and earn their own driver’s license.

LEGOLAND Florida entrance

Image by insidethemagic via Flickr

Kids can also can learn how structures are made and what makes them strong in “Tall Towers to Amazing Machines”. Kids will be able to build their own amazing machine equipped with gears, levers, pulleys and motors. 

There’s even a section for Toddlers.  Your tot will love exploring their imagination at Duplo Village.  Even the Seniors will love Legoland. They saved the old  Cypress Gardens original Botanical Gardens and built Legoland around them. The Garden are now even more beautiful than before.

Adult 13+: $65 plus tax. Child 3-12 and Seniors 60+: $55 plus tax.  Parking is additional. Open M-F 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information on Legoland Florida go to their website by clicking here.

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