Legoland Florida: Top Place for Family Fun, Imagination
Geared to children ages 2 to 12, Legoland Florida in Winter Haven offers a family-friendly attraction full of entertainment and rides. The theme park features roller coasters, a water park, different lands and over 50 million Legos. Kids of all ages marvel at the intricate Lego models of famous skylines, miniature cities, a life-size castle, animals and more – all built with standard Legos. Read on to learn more about Legoland Florida.
Legoland Florida Overview: Things to Do, What to See
Legoland Florida is divided into lands to explore. See Miniland USA and its Lego-style replicas of famous attractions such as the Daytona International Speedway and Kennedy Space Center. Other lands offer thrilling roller coasters and virtual reality rides that place kids in the middle of the action. In Lego City, kids can drive their own life-size block cars. Or let them captain their own mini-boat. The fun is only limited to their imagination.
Visitors can try to mimic the masters or build their own Lego creations in Legoland’s Imagination Zone. This section welcomes them to enjoy dozens of hands-on exhibits with indoor and outdoor attractions. Select a station and let kids create their masterpieces while making new friends. When it’s time take a break, head to Panini Grill for a healthy lunch or ice cream.
Located an hour north of Winter Haven, Disney World is just one of many family-friendly attractions that draw vacationers to Orlando. Universal Studios keeps tweens and teens busy all day, while SeaWorld provides entertainment for the whole family. At Discovery Cove, snorkel with colorful tropical fish at the coral reef, and experience the velvety touch of a stingrays or swim with dolphins. Don’t forget Disney World. The theme-park resort houses six different parks and hundreds of rides and games. Read about Disney’s Magic Kingdom or check out the top roller coasters at Universal.
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