LEGOLAND® Florida - 14 day pass + Free Shuttle to park, just £30.33 @ 365Tickets
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LEGOLAND® Florida - 14 day pass + Free Shuttle to park, just £30.33 @ 365Tickets

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Found 2nd Jan
24/01 - back down in price again!

Update - was £43 this morning, now dropped to £30.33

Awesome deal if heading to Florida this year, ticket is valid 1 year from purchase and MUCH cheaper than buying when out there - you can visit once per day for 14 days once you use your ticket at the gates, so works at at just £3pp per day - even if you do a couple of days you get your moneys worth.

Experience LEGOLAND & Kennedy Space Center! UNBELIEVABLE SAVINGS - Valid for up to 14 days, 1 visit per day, from first use or ticket expiration, whichever comes first. Waterpark not included.

LEGOLAND® Florida, the largest LEGOLAND® Park in the world, is a 150-acre interactive theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, restaurants, shopping, a breathtaking botanical garden and the LEGOLAND® Water Park all geared to families with children ages 2 to 12. Now open, The LEGO® World of China presented by Cartoon Network features an interactive family water ride, The Quest for CHI, a SpeedorzTM Arena, Cragger’s Swamp water play area, a 4D movie experience and character meet-n-greet sessions.

The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure”
Returning to voice their iconic characters are actors Elizabeth Banks (Wyldstyle), Nick Offerman (MetalBeard), Charlie Day (Benny) and Alison Brie (Unikitty). Actor, writer and comedian Patton Oswalt lends his voice to the scheming Risky Business, whose Evil Secret Plot requires the heroes to call on the Master Builder skills of a surprise ally to save the day.

The 12 1/2-minute 3D film plays several times a day at each LEGOLAND® site, with “4D” effects such as wind, water, fog and more bringing the action bursting off the screen and into the audience.
The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure Trailer is available now to view here.

ADMISSION INCLUDES FREE Shuttle from Orlando - See 'More Information' tab for details.

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Welcome to a world where imagination becomes reality! LEGOLAND® Resort Florida is the ultimate family theme park, where everyone's imagination runs free.

Ready, set, explore! What will you do first? Conquer The Dragon or get your driver’s license at Ford Driving School? With more than 50 rides, shows and attractions designed for kids to take the lead, awesome awaits at LEGOLAND®Florida Resort!

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Kid-friendly fun on more than 50 rides and attractions
  • Ride Lego-themed horses through medieval scenes at Castle Hill
  • Watch the swashbuckling pirates in a live-action water-stunt show at Pirate's Cove
  • Journey through Land of Adventure, where you can hunt for treasure!


* This ticket does not include admission to LEGOLAND® Water Park.

* This ticket is valid for up to 14 days, 1 visit per day, from first use or ticket expiration, whichever comes first. This ticket does not include admission to LEGOLAND® Water Park.


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Heat, but does anyone have a spare aeroplane and a house in Florida that I can lend to get this deal?
We went a few months ago. Children really enjoyed it, but I can't see it being of interest to children over the age of about 8. It's in Winter Haven and there's not much to do there, so you're here purely for Legoland. Food on site is garbage, but there is a Publix supermarket across the road to grab a few bits before heading in. Parking is in the region of $10 a day if you don't avail of the shuttle mentioned in the offer.

The Legoland hotel (Bricks) is on the doorstep - we stayed here and our children thought that it was fantastic. We would stay there again for their benefit, but you could get much better for the cost if your children are a little older and less excited by this sort of thing.

This is undoubtedly a good price, but I couldn't imagine spending more than two days in the park without being bored of it, so factor that in. It's inferior to the main parks in just about every way.

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Heat, but does anyone have a spare aeroplane and a house in Florida that I can lend to get this deal?
We went a few months ago. Children really enjoyed it, but I can't see it being of interest to children over the age of about 8. It's in Winter Haven and there's not much to do there, so you're here purely for Legoland. Food on site is garbage, but there is a Publix supermarket across the road to grab a few bits before heading in. Parking is in the region of $10 a day if you don't avail of the shuttle mentioned in the offer.

The Legoland hotel (Bricks) is on the doorstep - we stayed here and our children thought that it was fantastic. We would stay there again for their benefit, but you could get much better for the cost if your children are a little older and less excited by this sort of thing.

This is undoubtedly a good price, but I couldn't imagine spending more than two days in the park without being bored of it, so factor that in. It's inferior to the main parks in just about every way.

Heat added.
We went last year. It's all targeted at young kids. My wife and I were out again in about an hour and a half. There's a certain amount of "oh cool they made this out of Lego", but that's about it. Personally I wouldn't waste your time going.
Went a couple of years ago, very disappointed, won’t be going back
Cold as the weather in Florida at the moment

£30 here floridatix.com/par…ida

Love the Chima soaker ride.
Edited by: "mtc1" 2nd Jan
Thanks all, I wasn't sure who a lego theme park would be aimed at. Kids you say?

Good deal, although I really don't think you'd really go more than once.
It is indeed freezing here in Florida right now !
Definitely do not waste your time with this park if you have children over about the age of 8.
Really enjoyed when we went, not as packed as Disney or Universal, ended up being one of my favourite days
It's a great price, esp since you would pay a similar amount for just 1 day over here. The main question would be what is the main attraction of visiting the Florida Park instead of say the one in Windsor? Obviously Florida will have a bigger park and better weather but if you factor in the costs of flights/hotels etc, would you not be looking at the parks that you cannot get over here (i.e. Disney World/Universal etc)?
Been looking for Cheap Legoland Florida tickets - this is a great price! Has anyone actually used 365tickets or Floridatix.com? Are they reliable sites? Always a bit wary about buying these tickets - would like recommendations please!
shy3324 m ago

Been looking for Cheap Legoland Florida tickets - this is a great price! …Been looking for Cheap Legoland Florida tickets - this is a great price! Has anyone actually used 365tickets or Floridatix.com? Are they reliable sites? Always a bit wary about buying these tickets - would like recommendations please!


I’ve used floridatix. No complaints from me.
spyro1235 h, 30 m ago

Heat, but does anyone have a spare aeroplane and a house in Florida that I …Heat, but does anyone have a spare aeroplane and a house in Florida that I can lend to get this deal?


sorry mate my two pads are already taken 😁
You have to be crazy to go to this terrible theme park when you are in Florida with other amazing theme parks.
Terrible theme park. Take your kids to downtown Disney and spend the 200 quid u’d pay for a family in the lego store,they’ll appreciate it more. It also frees up a day to do something good.
GazW18888 m ago

Terrible theme park. Take your kids to downtown Disney and spend the 200 …Terrible theme park. Take your kids to downtown Disney and spend the 200 quid u’d pay for a family in the lego store,they’ll appreciate it more. It also frees up a day to do something good.



My children wouldn't. They're 3 and 2 and thought that Legoland was brilliant. Spending £200 on Lego for them would be a complete waste of money, as they're more bothered by experiencing things than having lots of presents, but I'm sure that will change in years to come.

As an adult, you'd be mad to go to Legoland given what's on offer elsewhere in Florida.
simonc231 h, 43 m ago

I’ve used floridatix. No complaints from me.


Thank you - just booked. We've been before, and both our kids love it. Just been waiting for the right price to book this time as I didn't want to spend over £200!
Ok I was being sarcastic with regards to the alternative spend of £200. 3 generations of our family including all the kids thought it was a waste of time and money. There really isn’t much to experience, on a holiday which is packed full of experiences. Each to their own but it doesn’t look like I’m the only one that thought the park was mince.
simonc231 h, 50 m ago

I’ve used floridatix. No complaints from me.


Same here. Don't forget Quidco too!
Edited by: "pinkmonkey" 2nd Jan
Cheaper on orlando attractions
GazW18881 h, 46 m ago

Ok I was being sarcastic with regards to the alternative spend of £200. 3 …Ok I was being sarcastic with regards to the alternative spend of £200. 3 generations of our family including all the kids thought it was a waste of time and money. There really isn’t much to experience, on a holiday which is packed full of experiences. Each to their own but it doesn’t look like I’m the only one that thought the park was mince.



You're not alone.

Took my son and his pals there a few years back (they live in Florida) and I thought it was absolutely gash value for money.

$15 entry would have been too much in my opinion.
GazW18883 h, 29 m ago

Each to their own but it doesn’t look like I’m the only one that thought th …Each to their own but it doesn’t look like I’m the only one that thought the park was mince.


I agree; it's gash. But our children of 2 and 3 loved it. Give them a couple of years and they won't. Food options are awful. It's a one day job at most, but I can only pass comment on how they found it. Adults attending without children would be as well setting fire to their cash.
Spent less than half a day there dreadful Windsor is better and that is saying something. One of the proble,s we found was that as it is so cheap compared to Disney it attracted a lot of unpleasant people I don’t mean to sound like a snob I am not but lots of queue jumping and aggression when we addressed it. Would really not bither
Went here just after it opened, or son enjoyed it. One thing not mentioned is that it was actually an older dated theme park that went bust & then bought by Merlin & turned into Legoland, some of the infrastructre was a bit dated at the time, maybe it's improved by now. It's also a fair distance from the Disney parks, so the free shuttle is a bonus.
Compared to Disney prices this is a bargain.
If you go here try the apple fries and cream. Yum Yum

Even better than an Auntie Anne's Cinnamon pretzel

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Edited by: "mtc1" 3rd Jan
It's a very cheap deal...

We went there last Easter and thought it was pretty crap. We paid a lot for a one day ticket for 5 of us. Drove all the way down there and were only there half a day. Windsor is much better despite the English climate. My son was 8 at the time and is a huge Lego fan and even he was disappointed. Newest rides were closed and like others have said its aimed at younger kids I would say under 5's
I think you have to look at this as being a one visit ticket, the 14 day pass is a bit of a red herring/marketing con as you are not going to visit more than once, 2 topps on a 14 day holiday.

However for the price quoted I’m pretty sure this is a lot less than a single day on the door price so good deal OP
Edited by: "markoUK" 24th Jan
Save yourself £30 the park is rubbish compared to the UK. We went in October and complained how rubbish it was and they refunded us our tickets!
Why would anyone spend 14 days at a themepark?
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