Legoland in Florida is the perfect theme park to visit if you have kids younger than 12 years old.
The best age is around 9 years old, which my oldest was at the time of our visit. My 3 year old also had a blast, but wasn’t able to do all the rides. Which was fine by him.
My favorite part of all was the art. Lego’s art isn’t something I have ever paid any real attention to, but it’s so unavoidable when visiting the park. And, truthfully, I don’t know why they don’t get the same recognition as some of today’s top artists.
Characters are always a welcome joy, no matter the age.
There are several different areas of the park, if you want, you can map out the ones you want to visit the most and hit them first. This way, your kids aren’t too tired by the time they get there. And if they are too tired, they can miss the ones that weren’t top priorities for them.
You can literally spend the whole day just enjoying the creations here.
From Pirates to cities, Miniland is truly my favorite things to see while there.
Pirates were a huge theme while we were visiting.
And the waterskiing show about pirates was a huge hit for my kids.
Don’t be fooled by this roller coaster – it will scare you to death.
I love it when my boys can enjoy some rides together.
There are tons of interactive places to visit as well. To build anything from car races to star wars to much more.
A lego safari, how fun is this.
Boat School – you literally have to drive the boat. It doesn’t drive on it’s own.
Driver’s school – yeap, my 3 year old was driving all on his own, and loving it.
Don’t forget to stock up on any lego piece you might need. They have them all here.
Legoland in Florida has 2 parks, the amusement park and the waterpark (which is closed in the winter – when we were there).
You can easily do each park in one day. But don’t do both in one day.