Legoland California Resort has announced that, after a series of Park Preview Days from April 1-12, the resort will officially reopen under California’s health and safety guidelines on April 15, 2021.
After closing its gates one year ago due to COVID-19, California’s theme park built for kids will offer priority access to hotel guests, passholders and existing ticket holders who were impacted by the closure for the month of April.
Park Preview Days will offer access to select rides including Driving School, Lego Technic Coaster, Fairy Tale Brook and Coastersaurus. Guests can also enjoy socially-distant character meet-and-greets, live entertainment, a variety of food options, and Miniland U.S.A.
The Resort, when it officially reopens on April 15, will also offer access to Sea Life Aquarium and Lego Chima Water Park, in addition to some of Legoland California’s more than 60 rides, shows, and attractions.
Guests are required to purchase tickets and make hotel reservations online in advance to reserve access for their desired dates to visit. Those wanting to book a hotel stay can do so now; the park reservation system will be made available soon.
“It’s been a long and challenging year for all of us and we are extremely excited to be able to start reopening our Resort not only to our guests so they can build family memories, but for our staff who have been patiently waiting to return to work,” said Kurt Stocks, president of Legoland California Resort.
To prepare for the reopening, Legoland California is hiring for multiple positions in attractions, food and beverage, retail, hotel, and at the water park. Those interested can visit LegolandJobs.com.
Health and safety guidelines that will be in place include reduced capacity, cashless payments, social distancing practices, and enhanced cleaning protocols. Face coverings will be required for all guests ages 2 and up as well as all staff members. Temperatures will be taken upon check-in.
For more information, visit Legoland.com/California.