When Legoland Florida opens on Oct. 15, guests 60 years and older will have the opportunity to purchase a Senior Garden Pass, which is a weekday annual pass for only $60 plus tax.
The Senior Garden Pass is less than the cost of a single day admission ticket, and will give senior guests free parking and access to the park Monday through Friday for an entire year. Specifically, the annual pass gives access to the botanical gardens, which is what seniors have expressed the most interest in seeing.
The gardens have been included at the park in order to preserve the historic gardens that were established on the grounds’ predecessor, Cypress Gardens. Included in the botanical gardens is the large Banyan tree that was planted on the property as a seedling in 1939.
Legoland Florida is a 150-acre family theme park that will have more than 50 rides, attractions and shows. The Senior Garden Pass is available for purchase at the LEGOLAND site, and guests can also purchase the pass at the gate when the park opens in October.