Legoland Florida: A Full Review for Parents and Kids
By Vinobaby on October 24, 2011
Legoland is Florida's newest and most anticipated theme park addition. Located in Winter Haven (about 45 minutes south of Disney) on the grounds of the old Cypress Gardens, it is a brightly colored mecca for Lego lovers and fans. Be warned: it IS a park for kids. It is not like EPCOT or even Universal, which play to a definite adult audience as well. Legoland claims its target audience is kids 2 to 12. I would say more specifically 5 to 11-year-old boys. For them, it is a wonderland.
We visited with my son, an 8-year-old who lives, eats, and breaths Legos: their ideal guest.
The park was everything he wanted and more.
For a full review of this exciting new park including which rides and attractions not to miss, best spots to grab a bite, shopping details, and discount ticket info click here.
*Note: This is a completely unsponsored post and unbiased review. I paid in full for all Legoland admission tickets, food, parking, and souvenirs. Free tickets would have been nice, but alas, no free rides here.
Vinobaby is a sassy, savvy, someday novelist sipping her way to suburban sanity one cheap glass of wine at a time. Discover more of her musings and rants at http://vinobaby.blogspot.com .
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