Are you planning on taking a Legoland Orlando vacation soon? Well if you haven’t taken the kids to Legoland yet, hang on until after May 26 when the new Legoland Water Park opens.
This month, the water park’s wave pool was filled with more than a half million gallons of H2O, thanks to the Legoland City Volunteer Fire Department.
The wave pool will give families a chance to catch a wave or just chill in its 1,000-foot-long Build-A-Raft River. Lego friends, palm trees and flowering vegetation will dot the park and visitors will ride tubes down a 375-foot pair of intertwining enclosed water slides into a cool pool.
The remainder of the water park, from the Splash Safari to the Joker Soaker, an interactive playground with various lengths, heights and types of slides, is still under construction.
Admission to the water park is included with a Legoland premium pass, which offers 12 months admission to Legoland Florida (on the site of the old Cypress Gardens) and seasonal access to the water park for $179 for adults and $149 for child/senior. Single-day guests may upgrade to a water park attraction ticket for an additional $12 per person (children under 3 are $3). The premium pass is available at www.LEGOLAND.com or AAA Auto Group branches.