LEGOLAND® Florida Resort

For the kids (and kids at heart) in your travel party, no Central Florida vacation is complete without a stop at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort in Winter Haven.

LEGO® to LEGOLAND® Resort!

Once home to Florida's first theme park, Cypress Gardens, the 150-acre interactive LEGOLAND® theme park still features the original botanical gardens intermingled with the more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, restaurants, shops, LEGOLAND® Florida Water Park and LEGOLAND® Florida Hotel!

How do we Love the LEGOLAND® Florida Resort? Let us Count the Ways.

1.) LEGOLAND® Theme Park

At 150-acres, LEGOLAND® Florida is the largest interactive LEGOLAND® Park in the world. It features more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, restaurants, shopping, a breathtaking botanical garden and the LEGOLAND® Water Park, which are all geared to families with children ages 2 to 12. There are 11 easy-to-navigate and highly-themed zones, which include pink-knuckle roller coasters, the Imagination Zone, Miniland USA and LEGO® City where youngsters can learn how to drive by freely navigating their own boats and LEGO® cars.

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Water Park
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Water Park

2.) LEGOLAND® Florida Water Park (Finally, a Water Park IN a Theme Park)

It’s Florida, sometimes you just need to beat the heat. That’s why it’s awesome that LEGOLAND® Florida is home to its very own water park. Your kids will "ooh" and "ahh" over the water-themed LEGO® models created from more than four million LEGO® bricks! Water features include a 500,000 gallon wave pool, the "Build-A-Raft" lazy river, tube slides, body slides and DUPLO® Safari, a water-play structure just for toddlers.

Remember: LEGOLAND® Florida and LEGOLAND® Water Park have seasonal closures, so be sure to check both parks’ schedules online when planning your Central Florida vacation.

LEGOLAND® Florida Hotel Guest Room
LEGOLAND® Florida Hotel Guest Room

3.) LEGOLAND® Hotel – A Hotel “Built for Kids”

Just when we thought the LEGOLAND® l resort couldn’t get any better, they go and build a hotel that is just as much of an experience as the theme park! The five story hotel, located just “130 kid steps” from the main entrance of the park, features 152 brightly colored and highly themed rooms and suites with LEGO® décor and interactive play areas. The Hotel features more than 2,000 models, a disco elevator and kid-friendly depth pool that overlooks lake Eloise.

Hotel guest amenities include early admission to the park, a full buffet breakfast in the Bricks Family Restaurant, exclusive Master Model Builder sessions, nightly entertainment, nightly LEGO® building competitions and access to their heated pool and the boardwalk along Lake Eloise.

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Cypress Gardens Banyan Tree
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Cypress Gardens Banyan Tree

4.) Cypress Gardens

Formerly known as "Florida's First Theme Park," the world-renowned botanical gardens of Cypress Gardens are now located inside the gates of LEGOLAND® Florida. Developers took great care to preserve the integrity of Cypress Gardens, keeping the great Banyan tree that was planted there in 1939, and even going so far as to retain the garden's main attraction: daily water ski shows, which now feature swashbuckling LEGO® pirates. Admission to the historical gardens is included with LEGOLAND® admission – yay!

5.) LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland – The Force is Strong in this Land

Use the force and confront the dark side by posing for selfies with a life-sized Darth Vader at LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland. Crafted from 1.5 million LEGO® bricks, the latest addition joins other famous "mini" Florida landmarks, from Mallory Square in Key West, Bok Tower in Lake Wales and Kennedy Space Center.

6.) DUPLO® Valley – Totally Toddler Friendly

The park's latest expansion was built just for the little ones in your family. Ideal for toddlers aged 2-5, the interactive DUPLO® Valley features a herd of cows, goats, chickens, and sheep amid farm-themed attractions that include a mini tractor ride, water play area, and an air-conditioned indoor play area.

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort

7.) The World of Chima presented by the Cartoon Network

Those who dare to visit The World of Chima can board boats armed with water cannons to do battle with rival boats – and spectators on shore – on The Quest for CHI water ride, a highly interactive, sure-to-soak-you family-friendly experience.

*Separate from LEGOLAND® Water Park, the Quest for CHI is a refreshing break from the heat when the water park is not open.

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Apple Fries
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Apple Fries

8.) Apple Fries – Sugary, Cinnamony Goodness

They are delicious and only available within the gates of the theme park.

Insider Tip: They are too good to share, so don’t torture yourself by only ordering just one.

9.) Heartlake City – Horsing around with LEGO Friends

The new land is based on the popular LEGO® Friends toy line is most popular with female LEGO® fans, and features a disc coaster ride themed to friend Mia’s love of horses called Mia’s Riding Adventure, a new interactive show called “Friends to the Rescue,” friend Stephanie’s News Room, and shops inside the Heartlake Mall.

Winter Haven Chain of Lakes
Winter Haven Chain of Lakes

10.) Winter Haven – A Cool Place Close to other Cool Places

Winter Haven is home to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort and more. From flyboarding, padding boarding and lakeside dining on the Chain of Lakes to its award winning community theatre, Winter Haven is the perfect vacation destination for everyone in your travel party.

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1 Legoland Way
Winter Haven, FL 33884
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3 Star Rating

We went in October and didn't realize ahead of time that the water park is only opened weekends, the park is only opened select days, and the hours are much shorter. With a full day (not restricted... Read Full Review

5 Star Rating

7 years old daughter, 12 month old daughter, Me and my husband 3 days at the hotel + 2 park days My 7 years old had the grandest time! The park was very close to the hotel. We planned everything... Read Full Review

5 Star Rating

We took our 5 year old grandson to LegoLand, his first real amusement park! We started with the carousel and a few slow moving rides to see what he would like. Much to our surprise, he quickly... Read Full Review

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