Legoland Florida is set to open October 15th- will you visit?

The newest Legoland is making news- not because it is on schedule to open next month on the 15th, but because its rides will NOT be regulated by state safety inspectors. These inspections fall within the guidelines set for themes parks like Legoland and Walt Disney World whereas if the theme park does not have over 1000 employees, they do not need the full time safety inspectors. Legoland has hired 994 employees.
Legoland is targeting families that have children ages 2 to 12, with over 50 rides, shows, and attractions on the 150-acre land located in Winter Haven, Florida. There will be 10 different “lands” that will be featured at the theme park; The Beginning, Fun Town, Miniland USA, Castle Hill, Land of Adventure, Xtreme, LEGO City, Imagination Zone, Pirate Cove, and DUPLO Village.
Tickets are currently priced at $65 for adults and $55 for children. However, prices will be raised $10 on opening day with parking at $12. However, with a year Plus Pass for $159 residents can get free parking, discounts for gifts, and food. A year-pass without the extra benefits runs for $129.

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