Have you been thinking about taking a trip to Legoland with the little ones? Now is the time to do! Legoland Florida Resorts just announced their brand new Preschool Pass – free for children ages 3 and 4 years old! The 2019 Legoland Preschool Pass will be valid for 12 months of unlimited admission to the Legoland theme park and water park. The Legoland Preschool Pass will be available from January 10 through February 18, 2019, to all Florida residents.
FREE 2019 Legoland Preschool Pass
LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s Preschooler Pass will be available for a limited time at the admission ticket window only. Guests purchasing the pass must bring a copy of their child’s birth certificate or travel passport for proof of age. Children must be aged 3-years-old or 4-years-old at the time of receiving the Legoland Preschool Pass to qualify. Guests ages 2-years-old and under will continue to receive free admission. Learn more about the Preschooler Pass at www.legoland.com/preschooler-pass.
If you recently purchased an annual pass for your 3 or 4-year-old then fret not! You can choose to extend the validity of that pass by 12 months or transfer the purchased pass to an immediate family member. Limit of one transfer per person. Parents and family members can buy Annual Passes from just $119.99 to join in on a year’s worth of awesome!
About Legoland Florida Resort
As the theme park built for kids, LEGOLAND Florida Resort offers more than 60 percent of its rides and attractions for guests 40 inches or taller. The one-time offer pass includes all seasonal events including Brick or Treat and early spring visits when THE LEGO® MOVIE™ WORLD opens. Taking guests from the theater to the theme park, the newest theme park addition will feature three attractions, inspired by the characters and themes of the worldwide blockbuster THE LEGO® MOVIE and the upcoming THE LEGO® MOVIE 2: The Second Part.
The girl’s favorite ride is the two story Carousel!
I wish all theme parks made these kinds of offers; then parents would be inclined to visit far more often. Most theme parks, unless solely focused on children, don’t have enough rides to entertain children under 5. Without enough for to do with little ones it makes justifying high entry fees for children tough for parents. Therefore this opportunity allows parents to save.
Do you have a favorite theme park your children love to visit?
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