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Legoland Florida donates a portion of ticket sales to hurricane relief

by Samantha Davis-Friedman

Legoland Florida Resort will donate $20 from every theme park ticket sold online through Oct. 9, 2022 to Hurricane Ian relief efforts.

Legoland Florida hurricane relief
Images courtesy of Legoland Florida Resort

The resort’s hurricane relief donation (up to a maximum of $100,000) will enable the American Red Cross to prepare for, respond to, and help people recover from the recent disaster.

Thanks to an amazing clean-up effort by the resort’s team of employees and partners, Legoland Florida and Peppa Pig theme parks were both able to reopen on Oct. 1, 2022. Legoland water park will reopen on Oct. 8, 2022; however, the Twin Chasers and Splash Out slides will remain temporarily closed.

Legoland Florida hurricane relief

Legoland Florida Resort is thankful for the employees who helped with park clean-up efforts and the heroes across Florida who are assisting communities in rebuilding.

Click here to learn more about Legoland hurricane relief efforts and to purchase theme park tickets.

Pirate River Quest Opening Delayed

Due to record-breaking water levels in the canals of Cypress Gardens, along with the Chain of Lakes and Peace River, Legoland’s all-new Pirate River Quest ride will now open in early 2023.

Legoland Florida Pirate River Quest

The captain-driven family-friendly boat ride will take guests through the natural passageways of Lake Eloise and the historic Cypress Gardens on a quest to uncover the lost treasure of Captain Redbeard.

Fans can follow the story of Pirate River Quest on Facebook and Instagram as the park prepares for its maiden voyage.

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