Legoland Florida Resort is gearing up to deck the halls for Holidays at Legoland, happening on select dates in November and December.
This year’s event will feature new seasonal entertainment, exclusive character meet-and-greets, a wintery atmosphere and a 30-foot-tall Lego tree — and it’s all included in general admission!
Holidays at Legoland will run Nov. 26-28, Dec. 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, and 24-31 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. On Dec. 26-31, guests can enjoy an extra hour of fun as the park extends to an 8 p.m. closing for the nightly Kids’ New Year’s Eve fireworks.
Guests can take part in exclusive character meet-and-greets with holiday friends like Lego Gingerbread Man and Lego Santa. In addition, Emmet, Lucy and Unikitty from “The Lego Movie” will be dressed in their holiday best for some socially-distanced selfies. There will also be seasonal Lego builds on display throughout the park.
Right in the heart of Lego City, the park’s giant Lego tree will come to life every event night with lights that dance to holiday songs. For the first time, guests will be able to enjoy this experience in 360 degrees.
Brand-new, original stage shows will add even more to the holiday lineup, as well as the return of the fan-favorite “The Very Merry Mix-Up,” where Mrs. Claus’ crew of holiday helpers return for frosty fun with the help of Lego Gingerbread Man inside the Legoland Fun Town Theater.
This year will also see the return of the Holiday Village Postal Service, where children can hand-write letters to Lego Santa in a whimsical, interactive post office experience, and watch as their letters are magically sent to the North Pole via digital screens.
As 2021 winds down to a close, guests can ring in 2022 with the Kids’ New Years Eve fireworks, happening every night from Dec. 26-31 at 8 p.m.
To learn more about Holidays at Legoland, or to plan your next visit to Legoland Florida Resort, head to Legoland.com/Florida.