August 11, 2018 by Florida Premier Rentals
- Legoland Florida is one of Orlando’s more recent attractions; and is the perfect day out for fans of the iconic building blocks! It’s officially the largest Legoland Park on the planet, and has over 50 rides, attractions and shows; including Craggers Swamp Play Area, The Quest for CHI and the interactive water ride at the World of Chima. There’s also plenty of shops and restaurants, not to mention a fun water park and pretty botanical garden to explore!
Where to Eat at Legoland
- Legoland offers a good range of dining options, whether you fancy a salad or a cheeseburger. The attraction’s popular Market Restaurant serves breakfasts, milkshakes, burgers and plenty more. If you’re in need of refreshment, there are no less than three ice cream parlors at Legoland: Sunny’s, Firehouse and Heartlake.
Staying in one of our vacation rentals in Orlando? Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your time at Legoland.
- Give yourself plenty of time. It takes roughly 45 minutes to drive from Tampa or Orlando to Legoland so allow a decent amount of traveling time, depending on where you’re staying.
- Arrive early. The queues at Legoland can be long, especially in the middle of the day. Get there early, beat the crowds and make the most of what the attraction has to offer.
- Try the Apple Fries. Make a pit stop at Granny’s Apples to try Legoland’s popular signature dish.
- Consider two days. If you really love Lego, you might find it hard to cover everything in a single day. The attraction offers good deals on two-day passes.
- Dress comfortably. You can expect to do quite a bit of walking between attractions at Legoland so bring comfortable shoes. If you’re planning on giving the water park a try, it might be worth bringing a change of clothes too.
The Best Rides at Legoland
Sprawled across 150 acres, Legoland has no less than 50 rides. Here are a few you won’t want to miss.
- The Grand Carousel. This is the one of the main attractions at Legoland’s Fun Town. This ride is perfect for children, who can pick their favourite horse and climb on-board the double-decker carousel.
- Coastersaurus. This wooden rollercoaster will take you on a thrilling ride through a prehistoric jungle inhabited by animated Lego-brick dinosaurs.
- Ford Driving School. Children from 6 to 13 get their first taste of driving at this popular attraction. They even get their own Lego driving licence at the end.
- Splash Out. Thrill-seekers can climb to the highest point of Legoland’s Water Park and make a quick and very wet descent one of three slides.
- Twin Chasers. This ride gives two friends the chance to race each other down a pair of 375-foot slides before plunging into a pool below.
- Opening hours vary, please visit the official Legoland site for details.Be aware that the park is closed on certain days throughout the year.
- Ticket prices vary, please click here for further details.
How to Get There:
- Legoland Florida is just off the I4 west, at exit 55. Parking is available at the theme park.