7 Tips To Maximize Your LEGOLAND Florida Fun!


 

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Legoland Florida is 2 parks in 1 with a bit of fun for everyone in each – if you know how to find it! Today I’m sharing a few of the lessons I learned during my first visit PLUS  7 tips to maximize your fun at Legoland Florida!

Park Hours

Legoland Florida is a Theme Park with dry rides, stores, attractions and displays as well as a Waterpark with a raft, water rides and all the water fun you could want. Yet maximizing the fun of both parks means knowing a few important things ahead of time.
The waterpark opens an hour after the theme park. Knowing this ahead of time would have helped us to save an hour spent sitting in the parking lot. We arrived with the plan to have fun in the waterpark on our first day and spend our second day in the theme park. That plan changed when we paid for parking and noticed the difference in open times. Here is where our second lesson began . . .

Park Layout

After waiting nearly an hour for the theme park to open, we headed to the gate and found out that we could have had fun in the theme park that entire time! Like I said, Legoland is actually 2 parks in one with the water park located towards the back of the park and not completely separate – as I assumed. This means we could have been having fun in the main park until the water park opened instead of sitting in our car.

We adjusted our plans a bit and we were able to still have spend most of our first day enjoying the water park as a great way to beat the very hot Florida heat and have a bit of fun while doing it.

Park Dress Code

Once we figured out things, we spent the entire time in the water park. We came prepared with our swimsuits, cover ups and water shoes. We enjoyed the relaxing fun of Build-A-Rafter River, Joker Soaker, Build-A-Boat Station and even the Lego Wave Pool.
After our day full of fun, drifting, floating and water at the water park we decided it was time to head back to the hotel, rest and return the next day for the main park. To our surprise we were stopped as we went to exit the water park and re-enter the main park. We were cheerfully informed that the park dress code required all of us – kids and adults alike – to cover our swim wear before returning to the main park.
Knowing the dress code of the places you visit can help you be certain you have everything you need for the day. Thankfully we were fully prepared with our cover-ups and able to head back to the main park with no real delay.

Showtimes

Legoland Florida has several live shows featuring some of your favorite Lego characters including one based on the Ninjago series! Be sure to schedule your fun around the various shows so you don’t miss out !
There is also the entire Lego Ninjago World to explore – let’s just say we spent a good part of our second day there!
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Imagination Zone

Now let me tell you this is something truly amazing. The Imagination Zone is basically a Parental break i n the day disguised as kid fun. It’s an A/C controlled area where kids can play, build, eat and have fun all why parents enjoy the cool air and free wifi. It’s the perfect way to get a bit of rest from walking around the park.

Mister Stations

Florida heat is no joke. Add to that walking around from ride to ride and you can definitely work up a sweat. When we saw these stations set up throughout the park I wanted to find the person who thought them up and give them a big hug. Mister Stations are exactly what they sound like. Giant Misters to help cool you off with a bit of cool water on a hot day.

Minifigure Trading

Lego Minifigures. They are cool little Lego figures that I’m sure we’re all familiar with but did you know that much like Disney pin exchanges when you visit Legoland you can swap minifigures with the workers throughout the park??? So be sure to come prepared because we didn’t and my Kiddies were beyond disappointed. Needless to say, our next visit we will arrive figures in hand and ready to trade!

Locker Rentals

Legoland Florida offers a locker rentals right at the entrance of the water park for $7 for a full day. Knowing that our personal items were secure helped us have fun with no worries.
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34 thoughts on “7 Tips To Maximize Your LEGOLAND Florida Fun!

  • Ashlee

    Adding this to the list! Funny thing is, I don’t know how much my daughter will appreciate it but I’m sure my husband will be wide eyed and happy! Thanks for the tips.

  • Holly

    Great tips. I haven’t been to Legoland, but it seems like a really fun place to go. I am sure every kid would love it as well.

  • Heather

    These are great tips! We visit in Carlsbad, California and love the park. My two year old daughter is obsessed with blocks so she is going to love our visit this summer.

  • Amanda Love

    I’m sure my kids will love it here and it would be so worth the trip if we made good use of our visit. It’s nice to see guides like this for first timers like me!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      I think they would for sure!! Planning is a big part of getting the most out of a vacation like this – but if you do it can be the best trip ever! Thanks so much and thanks for coming by Amanda!

  • Elizabeth O.

    It’s good to be able to maximize your time in a place that kids really love. This is such a good guide! I haven’t been to Legoland and I’m not sure if my daughters will still appreciate it since they’re grown ups but it would be fun.

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      Yes and thankfully that’s what we were able to do thanks to a bit of planning and research. Thank you so much!! We actually had our ‘grown’ son with us (he’s 20) and he loved it as much as we did… lol 🙂 Thanks so much for coming by Elizabeth!

  • Marsha

    That looks like so much fun! My youngest loves Ninjago and I’m sure he’d go crazy there! Thanks for the tips!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      It really was Marsha!! My Kiddies are STILL talking about it 🙂 I think he would love it.They have a great 3D Adventure and tons of fun Ninjago figures! You are so welcome! Thanks for coming by!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      I know! I think a summer road trip is definitely called for. You’ll have a blast and there is tons of other stuff to fit in while in Florida that is close by. Stay Tuned because we had two more stops on our Spring Break Vacation I’ll be sharing soon! 🙂

  • Dana

    We have a trip planned to Legoland in Denmark soon! I wonder if I can apply for tips for that one? Looks like a fun place either way!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      Yay Dana!! I would love to visit some of the other locations!! I’m not sure but I found out a lot by checking out the website. Maybe you can find out a bit that way? 🙂 It was so much fun – thanks for coming by!

  • lyd

    I’ve never been a lego person but this looks like so much fun! I always think it’s so cool when people can build giant lego statues!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      It really is! I wish we knew earlier but trust me we will be in full participation on our next visit for sure!! Thanks for coming by Marcie!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      It really was Stacie!! We had a blast… wow that’s cool. I would love if we had something smaller. We do have a Legoland thing in Atlanta but i haven’t check it out – yet! 😉

  • Angela Tolsma

    Interesting how they made you cover up when exiting. I guess I can understand that as the two parks are fully connected, something I also won’t have known! I actually didn’t know they had a water park!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      It was Angela. It caught us a bit off guard but thankfully we were prepared and like you said it does make sense when you think about how the parks are connected. The water park was so much fun!! I think we spent most of our time there.

  • robin rue

    I have only been to the one in California, but they seem very similar. I love all of your tips! There is a lot to see and do, so there is no time to waste!!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      Wow!! I’m sure it is just as much fun – if not more! Thanks so much. There is so much but planning your day can make it all possible to experience 🙂

  • Farrah Less G.

    I’ve see photos of this Florida Land from two of my friends who went there. Since the I wanted to go and see it for myself. It so nice reading your post it gives me an idea on what to expect and what not in this place. I can’t wait to make plans any time soon.

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      Hi Farrah!! I’m glad I could give you another glimpse into how amazing Legoland Florida is!! I hope you get to see it for yourself sooner rather than later 🙂

  • Ali Rost

    How fun is this!? We have a Legoland at the Mega Mall in Minneapolis, although it’s nothing like this! My husband and I travel frequently to Florida. The next time we go with our grandchildren, we’ll definitely be stopping here!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      It is so much fun Ali!! Mega Mall? You have my attention! That sounds like a ton of fun in itself! I would definitely add Legoland to your places to see when you’re back in Florida! Thanks so much for coming by Ali!

  • Melanie

    When we went on my son’s Make a Wish trip, we could have gotten tickets to go, but we had so much already planned that we didn’t get to. We would like to go again soon and visit LegoLand. I think all of my kids would really enjoy it!

    • TheMrsTee Post author

      Hi Melanie! Oh.. Yes you don’t want to overwhelm yourself with too much to do. If you do get the chance to go back I would suggest it for sure. It was so much fun for our entire family!

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