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LEGOLAND® Florida 2019 Special Offer Ticket with Attraction Tickets Direct - £34 for 14 days (£2.42 a day!)
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LEGOLAND® Florida 2019 Special Offer Ticket with Attraction Tickets Direct - £34 for 14 days (£2.42 a day!)

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Posted 13th Mar
Fantastic value package for Legoland Florida Theme Park, £34 gets you a pass for 14 consecutive days (roughly £2.42 a day (+ parking)). Admittedly not as good a park as Universal Studios Parks or Busch Gardens, but our wee one loved it last year and was far quieter than the Disney parks.

Ticket Details:
  • Enjoy one visit per day to LEGOLAND® Florida Theme Park for up to 14 Consecutive days!
  • Gate-ready ticket - bypass the ticket and voucher lines with direct entry to the park
  • Flexible open-dated LEGOLAND® Florida Ticket which can be redeemed at any time when the park is open
  • More than 50 child-friendly rides and attractions - blast your way through the Lost Kingdom Adventure, design your own LEGO car, hone your firefighting skills at the Fun Town Fire Academy and experience the action of Pirates Cove
  • FREE coach transportation from Orlando to LEGOLAND® Florida on the LEGOLAND Florida Shuttle

Ticket is also eligible for free gifts on ATD site as per below.

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There's more information and FAQ's on the ATD website, hope the deal is good for anyone heading out to Orlando this year.
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Superb park, outstanding value
I'd be tempted... shame it's so far away from the rest of the parks.

Guess that depends on where you stay really... But we stay near Old Town and it's like a $40ish uber there and 40$ back.
It should be free as it’s a terrible park.
It's a great park for younger kids but you won't want to go more than once per holiday, Hot
mastablasta13/03/2019 15:07

It should be free as it’s a terrible park.


All down to opinion and circumstances, for our 3 year old daughter it was a perfect park, no queues and plenty to go on for her. As mentioned in the original post, I much prefer Universal and Busch Gardens, but there’s far fewer attractions at them for our daughter, the queues are much longer and also much more expensive.
guv'nor13/03/2019 15:38

All down to opinion and circumstances, for our 3 year old daughter it was …All down to opinion and circumstances, for our 3 year old daughter it was a perfect park, no queues and plenty to go on for her. As mentioned in the original post, I much prefer Universal and Busch Gardens, but there’s far fewer attractions at them for our daughter, the queues are much longer and also much more expensive.


Depends when you go.
Don't clash when South Americans have their school holidays, firstly As they clean outlet shops out.
And then if you can help it ( for shorter queues, but they won't empty outlet shops)
Don't go when North Americans are on school holidays.
mittromney26 m ago

Depends when you go. Don't clash when South Americans have their school …Depends when you go. Don't clash when South Americans have their school holidays, firstly As they clean outlet shops out.And then if you can help it ( for shorter queues, but they won't empty outlet shops)Don't go when North Americans are on school holidays.


We used to go in November (before thanksgiving) and it was perfect for us, weather was comfortable and parks were dead. Unfortunately we’re tied to holiday times now due to college and work commitments, so harder to benefit from the quieter times. Still love the place though, and would happily go and leave out the parks completely if kids permitted
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