If you are not a LEGOLAND season ticket holder now may be the time to do so. They debuted two new ticket options for season ticket holders. Firstly, if you become a season ticket holder you can get unlimited admission to the theme park. It starts now until December 25 and is $119. Included in the price you get to go to Brick or Treat and Holidays at LEGOLAND. There are also no blackout dates.
Secondly, they announced they have a three month play pass to the Peppa Pig Theme Park. There will be unlimited admission to that park for only $67.99. Additionally, there is a resort near the theme park. There is a kids ‘Stay and Play Free’ vacation package as well. The dates for that package are September 14th through December 19th. It includes a free two-day three-park ticket to LEGOLAND, the waterpark and Peppa Pig Theme Park. All you have to do is purchase one adult ticket and a hotel room booking with that ‘Kids Stay and Play Free’ vacation package.
Now may be the time to be a LEGOLAND season ticket holder.
Where LEGOLAND Is Located
LEGOLAND Florida is located in Winter Haven and originally opened on October 15, 2011. The theme park is located on the site of the former Cypress Gardens theme park. The botanical gardens were preserved. The Peppa Pig Theme Park only opened in 2022. The hotel near the theme park has 152 rooms and it opened in 2015. The areas of LEGOLAND are Fun Town, Heartlake City, Mini Land USA and Duplo Valley. They also have Lego Kingdoms, Land of Adventure, Lego Ninjago world and The Lego Movie World. Finally there is Lego City, Lego Technic, Imagination Zone and Pirates Cove.
The original botanical gardens from the Cypress Gardens park were fully reopened in 2014. The gardens originally open in 1936. Polk County owns the gardens and they are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places which occurred in 2014 as well.