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Legoland Florida – tickets, prices, rides, what to expect

Legoland Florida Resort is a vacation destination with more than 50 rides, shows, and attractions inspired by popular LEGO brands and characters.

Legoland Florida has a wide variety of adventures for tiny tots and pre-teens in its three major sections – the Legoland Theme Park, the Water Park, and the Peppa Pig Theme Park.

The popular attraction designed for kids up to 12 years gets around 2 million tourists annually.

It’s also one of the most affordable theme parks in Central Florida.

Because of its proximity to Orlando, it is also referred to as Legoland Orlando.

This article explains everything you must know before buying your Legoland Florida tickets.

What to expect at Legoland Florida


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Hours for Legoland Florida

Legoland Florida Theme Park opens at 10 am and closes at 5 pm, all through the week. 

However, its closing time may get extended to 6 pm or 7 pm depending on the day and season. 

Legoland Water Park in Winter Haven opens at 10.30 am or 11 am, with closing times also varying depending on the day and time of year. 

The Water Park closes in October due to winter and reopens in March again.

Ticket booths open approximately 45 minutes before the park opens, but book your Legoland Florida tickets online to save waiting time and money.


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Best time to visit

Legoland Florida gets busy starting March and continues to be crowded throughout the summer. 

However, some days are better for planning a visit than others. 

Both Legoland Theme Park and Water Park are busiest on Saturday and the next busiest day is Friday since people take off from work to make it a 3-day weekend.

Sunday is relatively a better day weekend day to visit because the tourists staying in and near Legoland Florida Resort have left by noon.

The best day to visit both the Theme Park and the Water Park is Monday when rides, water slides, etc., are least crowded.

It is better to avoid summer holidays and school holidays.


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How long does Legoland in Florida take?

Legoland Florida has two parts – the Theme Park, which is more popular, and the Water Park.

The Legoland Theme Park has more than 50 rides, shows & attractions and takes a full day to explore. 

If you plan to enjoy Legoland’s Water Park as well, you will need one more day. 

That’s why tourists and locals who want to explore both the parks opt for the Two Days, Two Parks Legoland ticket.


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Legoland Florida tickets

Dragon Ride in Legoland Theme Park
Image: Legoland.com

Legoland Florida offers a variety of ticket combinations, and guests can select the admission ticket that best suits their needs.

As soon as you purchase these Legoland tickets online, they get emailed to you. 

On the day of your visit, you can proceed directly to the entrance queue with your pre-printed ticket or scan directly from your mobile device.

When you buy these tickets, you aren’t restricted to the date initially selected and can choose any day to visit the amusement park.

One-day and two-day LEGOLAND admission tickets are valid for one year from the date of purchase.

Legoland Florida tickets price

All guests two years and above must pay the same price for their Legoland Florida tickets, depending on the number of days and the parks selected. 

The cheapest Legoland admission is the 1-day, 1-park ticket, which costs $111 and gets you full-day entry into the Legoland Theme Park. 

A ticket for a 2-day admission to Legoland Theme Park or a 1-day entrance to both the Theme Park and the Water Park costs $137 per person. 

Legoland doesn’t offer any discounts, but infants up to one year can enter for free. 

Types of Legoland Orlando tickets

There are eight different ways to explore Legoland and we explain the different types of Legoland in Florida tickets below.

*Legoland Theme Park is also referred to as Legoland Resort

1-Day Legoland Admission

This option includes a 1-day admission ticket to the Theme Park at Legoland Florida.

Cost of ticket: $111 per person

2-Day Legoland Admission

This option includes a 2-day admission ticket to the Legoland Theme Park. Guests must redeem the second admission within nine days of first use.

Cost of ticket: $137 per person

1-Day Combination Ticket

This option includes 1-day admission to both Legoland Theme Park and Legoland Water Park. 

Cost of ticket: $137 per person

1-Day Legoland Resort with Peppa Pig Park

This is a single-day admission to Legoland Florida Theme Park and Peppa Pig Theme Park. Guests must visit both parks on the same day. The Water Park is not included in this ticket.

Cost of ticket: $137 per person

2-Day Combination Ticket

This option includes 2-day admission to both the Legoland Theme Park and the Water Park. Guests must redeem the second day within nine days of first use.

Cost of ticket: $165 per person

2-Day Legoland Resort with Peppa Pig Park

This option gets you 2-day unlimited admission to Legoland Florida Theme Park and Peppa Pig Theme Park based on availability. The Legoland Water Park is not included in this ticket. Guests must use the second day within 14 days of first entry.

Cost of ticket: $165 per person

2-Day Legoland Resort + Water Park + Peppa Pig Park

This ticket gets you 2-day unlimited admission to the Theme Park, Water Park, and Peppa Pig Theme Park. Guests must visit for the second time within 14 days of first entry.

Cost of ticket: $185 per person

3-Day Legoland Resort + Water Park + Peppa Pig Park

Guests not on a budget holiday and with lots of time on their hands opt for the 3-day unlimited admission to Legoland Florida. It gets you entry to the Legoland Theme Park, Water Park, and Peppa Pig Theme Park over three days. Guests must use the second and third days within 14 days of first entry.

Cost of ticket: $212 per person

Are you in Orlando for an extended holiday? Check out the Orlando All-Inclusive Pass, which gets you admission to 25+ top Orlando attractions and helps you save up to 50% on ticket costs.


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Legoland Florida Theme Park

Legoland Florida’s Theme Park has 14 unique zones offering various rides and experiences. 

The 14 zones are:

  • The Beginning
  • Fun Town
  • Heartlake City
  • Miniland USA
  • Pirates Cove
  • LEGO Technic
  • Imagination Zone
  • LEGO City
  • LEGO NinJago World
  • Land of Adventure
  • LEGO Kingdoms
  • DUPLO Valley
  • The LEGO MOVIE World
  • Cypress Gardens

The best part is that all these adventures are not ‘scary’ and suitable for both tiny tots and pre-teens.

Besides this, Legoland Florida also has the LEGOLAND Water Park and the Peppa Pig Theme Park.


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Legoland Water Park

Legoland Water Park in Florida
Image: Legoland.com

You can slide, splash, and build at the Legoland Florida Water Park.

Your kids will soak up tons of fun on the LEGO wave pool, Build-A-Raft lazy river, tube slides, body slides, and interactive water-play structures such as Joker Soaker and DUPLO Safari.

The Legoland Florida Water Park is open from April to October. 

Unfortunately, there is no Water Park only ticket, as the attraction is located within the Legoland theme park.

You can buy the 1-day Legoland ticket and spend all your time at the Water Park, or you can get the 2-day ticket and split your time between the Theme Park and the Water Park. Book Now!

Towels are not available for rent and if you want to avoid paying a lot at the surf shop, bring your own. 

The Water Park has changing rooms, and it is mandatory to be dressed in swimwear.

The peak time at the water park in Legoland Florida is 1 pm to 3 pm, so we recommend either 10.30 am to 1 pm or 3 pm to 7 pm time slots. 


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Legoland Florida rides

LEGOLAND Florida Park has more than 50 fun rides, interactive shows, and brick-tastic attractions inspired by LEGO.

There are three kinds of rides at this Florida attraction – the Duplo Valley for the kids under five, thrill rides that younger kids can’t tackle, and then rides for all age groups. 

Most Legoland Florida rides have ride height restrictions displayed right in front of the ride.

The wait times for the rides depend on peak seasons, etc., so it makes sense to look at the map of Legoland Florida (980 Kb, PDF) and prioritize what you want to see first.

All rides offer a parent swap facility.


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Peppa Pig Theme Park

Peppa Pig Theme Park is the most recent addition to Florida’s Legoland Resort, and here, kids experience the brilliant World of Peppa Pig.

The park is inspired by the animated television series Peppa Ping and designed for kids aged 6 or 7 years old.

Kids can go on a roller coaster with Daddy Pig, soar to the sky in a hot air balloon with Peppa Pig, and sail to Pirate Island with Grandad Dog.

The Theme Park has been an instant hit because of the recognizable sights from Peppa Pig, including the Fun Fair, Mr. Potato’s Showtime Arena, etc. 

There is even a “Muddy Puddles” Splash Pad for the whole family to jump in and have fun.


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One day or two days at Florida Legoland

LEGOLAND Florida Resort in Winter Haven is a large park with three massive sections – the Legoland Theme Park, the Water Park, and the Peppa Pig Theme Park.

While the Theme Park and Water Park are suitable for kids up to 12 years, the Peppa Pig Park is best for kids under seven years. 

Depending on your kid’s age, you can decide which part of Legoland Resort is more appropriate for your child.

Each of these sections has a fantastic variety of rides and attractions suitable for all ages, and therefore, we recommend a full day visit.

Most visitors buy the 1-day ticket and explore the Legoland Theme Park. 

Visitors who have already visited Legoland opt for the 1-day ticket, which allows them to see both the Theme Park and Water Park on the same day. 

Tourists visiting in summer, and with time on their hands, buy the 2-day, two-park ticket and see both the Legoland Theme Park and the Water Park.

Three-day and three park tickets are also available, which allow guests to explore the Theme Park, the Water Park, and the Peppa Ping Park – all over 14 days. 

Find out about the different types of Legoland Florida tickets.


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Where is Legoland Florida

Legoland Florida Resort is at One LEGOLAND Way, Winter Haven, FL 33884.

Located in Central Florida’s Winter Haven, it is just 45 minutes drive from Orlando and Tampa.

It is just 45 minutes drive from the Orlando theme parks or downtown Tampa. Get Directions

From Orlando

  • Take I-4 WEST to exit 55 (US Hwy 27 South)
  • Turn right off U.S. Highway 27 at State Road 540/Cypress Gardens Boulevard. Park is four miles on the left.

From Tampa

  • Take I-4 EAST to Exit 27 (Polk County Parkway)
  • Then take Exit 14 to Winter Haven (2nd Toll Booth) by turning east on S.R. 540 and follow eight miles to Hwy 17 North.
  • Turn left to take Hwy 17 North two miles over the bridge to Cypress Gardens Boulevard and turn right. Legoland Way will be on your right.

Parking Prices

The cost of standard parking at Winter Haven’s Legoland is $25 per car. 

Campers/RVs pay $32, while motorcycles pay only $12.

If you want to park closer to the Legoland entrance, the preferred parking will cost you $40 per car.

Guests can re-enter as long as they have a valid parking stub of the same day.

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