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Legoland Florida Resort, Winter Haven
(3.5/5 based on 5,500+ reviews on the web)
A heaven for Lego lovers, Legoland Florida Resort features over 50 interactive rides, shows, and attractions, all designed with small children in mind. Opened in 2011, the park encompasses 60 hectares (145 acres), making it the second largest Lego-themed park in the world. Kid-friendly attractions include roller coasters with indoor dark ride portions, wave pools, waterslides, multi-level tree and rope climbs, medieval-themed jousts with Lego horses, and outdoor games where visitors build and test their own Lego cars. You can also take a rotating platform ride, providing 360-degree views of the entire park, or join a guided factory tour for a firsthand look at the creative process behind the popular Lego brick sets. Save money and time by booking your tickets online. Add Legoland Florida Resort and other attractions to your Winter Haven trip itinerary using our Winter Haven itinerary planner.
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  • Like any mother, if you take your kid program Disney puts the Legoland parks in the list, because the proposal is fun for the little ones. The big day has arrived and everyone excited (I, my daughter and my husband) we headed to the Park. My disappointment started immediately on arrival. When the first attraction is allowed only for children above 40 cm. And see my daughter cry over not being allowed to go broke my heart. My daughter is 3 years, but as I got lucky and got out to parents has only 38 cm. Let's do another attraction a train well silly that my view is for younger children, outside measure it and there was 38 cm when arrived in turn once again to tape measure and do not know how there exist in 35 cm I confess that I was not following and only made me angrier. And so it went in all the toys. My will is asking for the money back and delete this day from my memory. See my daughter want to play and not be able to see her cry about it just gave me more angry. A warning for those who think of taking your child to the Legoland; If your child has less than 40 cm not worth you wasting your time or your money. I hated!! I'm not going back ever again. False advertising!
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  • Can't cover it all in a day. If you plan to go for 2 days, you might consider getting annual pass. Arrive early, to avoid crowd and take advantage of the cooler temperatures. Bring lot of ice water. Y...  more »
  • We visited the Park at the request of my loving son of legos, a special toddler Park and share with their parents. The coasters are short and slow, boring for lovers of vertigo the hotspot so children armen their own cars or buildings is entertaining and relaxing a little parents while they rest and chatting on their cell phones. A Lego Citadel with different themes display is beautiful, we missed the show water and walk through the gardens.
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  • The room was great and very clean. LEGO creations are in room. The breakfast and dinner were very crowded and the food was bought, not made. The hotel location is very convenient. (Right next to the theme park) The events were very hard to get into if you were staying for only 1 night. The hotel has pieces in some places and your children can play in them. (Although they are pretty dirty.)
  • We stayed one night at the hotel and a pirate room. The room was incredible! The attention to detail, the Lego structures everywhere, and the amenities in the hotel were top-notch. Our kids loved it. We went on a Friday to Legoland and then to the Legoland water park on Saturday. Our kids had a wonderful time and we look forward to going back.
  • This place is a bit of a drive from Orlando, if that's where you are staying. I do not think it is worth what they charge for entry if you are a one time visitor, unless you REALLY LOVE Legos. I took a ton of pics and glad I did because in retrospect the sculptures were very cool. The water park was AWESOME but crowded and it started raining and everyone has to get out of the water. We did not eat here since we were in a large group and the price for kids to eat was ridiculous! Overall it is a really good effort but just not quite worth the money unless you get an annual pass.
  • The Legoland Hotel features detailed theme rooms. We stayed in a pirate room and my daughter was so excited from the moment she walked in the door! Hotel staff are helpful and friendly. We really enjoyed being steps away from the entrance to the park.
  • Great park, well maintained, staff friendly. Suitable for kids of about 7-8 or less. My son is 4 and had a, great time. Kids older and adults can feel bored, since the rides are designed only for kids, so you won't find adrenaline-full rides like in Universal or Busch gardens.