Page 73 of 73

Re: Legoland Florida Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 7:00 pm
by jedimaster1227
Today Theme Park Review was invited to Legoland Florida to check out this year's LEGO Star Wars Days, a weekend special event running this weekend along with May 12th - 13th and May 19th - 20th! LEGO Star Wars Days brings a Star Wars focus to the park with roaming characters, special LEGO versions of Darth Vader and Captain Phasma, a new show and lots of Star Wars-themed activities throughout the park for guests to enjoy in addition to all of the fun you already get during a normal visit to Legoland Florida! And speaking of year-round fun, LEGO Star Wars MINILAND has been expanded with the addition of several new and iconic scenes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens!

All of this Star Wars excitement comes in addition to the park's gigantic lineup of rides and attractions, shows, Cypress Gardens and water park... Not to mention the park's newest additions from the last few years (Ninjago, Chima, etc...). Needless to say, LEGO Star Wars Days is an excellent excuse to get back out to Legoland Florida if you haven't been recently, and there is plenty of reason for you to visit the park in general, especially if you never have before!

Re: Legoland Florida Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 7:50 am
by jedimaster1227
https://www.legolandfloridablog.com/2018/05/10/the-lego-movie-world-coming-to-legoland-florida-resort-exclusively-in-spring-2019/

I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to deliver our biggest theme park news since opening in 2011. THE LEGO® MOVIE™ WORLD will open spring 2019! It’s our largest investment yet and it promises to deliver an unforgettable experience as it puts guests right in the middle of Bricksburg, the city where Emmet lives in The LEGO® MOVIE™.

The addition of THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD represents our continuing commitment to providing state-of-the-art experiences specifically designed to create awesome memories for kids ages 2-12. The sights and sounds will be fully immersive bringing THE LEGO MOVIE franchise to life in a way that only a LEGOLAND Park could. We know kids come from all over the world to meet the stars of THE LEGO MOVIE and we can’t wait to see their faces light up as they interact within the imaginative world of Bricksburg.

THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD will be based on THE LEGO® MOVIE™ and the upcoming sequel and feature two new rides, character meet and greets and a giant themed playscape. In addition, the interactive boat ride, The Quest for Chi, will be completely transformed drenching guests in an exciting new experience when it reopens as a key attraction in THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD in spring 2019. Be sure to visit before May 29, 2018 to ride The Quest for Chi one last time!

Is your excitement building yet? Be sure to check back here on the LEGOLAND Florida Resort Blog for the latest news on THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD!

Re: Legoland Florida Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 11:25 am
by BlahBlahson
WOW. This park is on the ball, Chima hasn't proved to be a long-term property and seeing they are going to swap it out for something much more popular is an automatic win. I wonder if they are counting the change as one of the two new rides. Good job Legoland!

So For 2019 we now have:
-Harry Potter Motorbike Coaster
-New Show/Attraction in Hollywood at USF
-Mickey's Runaway Railway
-Star Wars Land
-The Skyliners at WDW
-Multiple new attractions at Legoland based off of their second best original IP ( <3 Bionicles).
-Sesame Street at Seaworld
-Unannounced but likely Busch Gardens Project
(and an outside shot that Ratatouille @ Epcot)


What a dream year.

Adam, Do you know if there are any showings of the Lego Movie 4D during Lego Star Wars days or is the theater entirely taken over by Star Wars? I'm heading there on the 20th.

Re: Legoland Florida Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 11:48 am
by jedimaster1227
^I’m pretty sure they still had a few showings of the normal films presented in that theater in between the Galaxy of Fun shows.

Re: Legoland Florida Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 2:49 pm
by BlahBlahson
^ Fantastic, I won't count on it fully but I would love to see that 4D film again, it's probably my favorite I've seen and my pass expires on the 29th. Maybe i'll make two trips before then though, because Legoland is awesome.