LEGOLAND Florida Gets Governor’s Approval

   

Winter Haven, Fla. –  LEGOLAND Florida Resort has gotten the thumbs up on a Re-opening date of June 1st. LEGOLAND’s plan, which received its final approval on Friday includes “enhanced cleaning, social distancing practices, cashless payments and reduced capacity.”

The presentation to the FDBPR & the Winter Haven city commissioners included changes Merlin Entertainment would put in place for guest visiting its Florida park, such as temperature checks and highly recommending face coverings. 

Leaders across the globe have been sharing best practices daily, and we’ve been able to apply what we’ve learned from other successful Merlin attraction reopenings to be confident with our Resort’s reopening plan. In addition, we have also sought guidance from our partners at AdventHealth

General Manager of LEGOLAND Florida Resort Rex Jackson

Planning Your Visit

Plan Ahead

Guest looking to visit LEGOLAND Florida are being strongly encouraged to book in advance! The park will be running at 50% attendance, so both hotel and theme park availability will be limited. 

Download the LEGOLAND mobile app. This will not only help you while you are enjoying the park, but it can help you with reviewing the rules, park arrival procedures as well as any changes that might be made.

Arriving At The Park

Guest arriving by their own cars  will be instructed to leave proper spacing in-between vehicles.  

ALL guests will be required to undergo a non-invasive temperature check. Those who test with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will be denied access. Please note that if this does occur those in that guests party will also be denied access at that time.

Inside The Park

Once you are in, enjoy the park! Park employees will be out reminding guest about the new recommendations. Employees will also be wearing face coverings, and encourage guest ages three and above do the same. There will be clear signage throughout the park in LEGO kid friendly style and more than 200 hand sanitizing stations placed all over the brick built wonderland.  

LEGOLAND Florida has also announced upgrades to the app, the one I suggested you download earlier, which will include more enhancements to in park experiences and also virtual queue reservations for the major attractions.  

If there was ever a time to invest in a portable charging device, it would be now.

On Top of the park re-opening, guest will also be able to book a stay at the all new Pirate Island Hotel.   

Pirate Island will offer a completely unique guest experience for swashbucklers of all ages

LEGOLAND Florida Resort Hotels Director Kevin Carr.

The new five-story hotel with a pirate-themed restaurant, an entertainment area for kid-friendly nightly programming, LEGO play pits and a lobby bar for adult buccaneers can be booked now

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Mike Blue is The Social Introvert – An introvert with some, and extrovert with many. Mike’s been collecting toys of his childhood and wondering Central Florida for over 35 years. He holds his certification in Plant-Based nutrition, loves exploring the small towns of Florida, and is the most approached unapproachable man on the planet….and he likes that! 

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