Legoland New York Resort opens all seven themed lands to guests
Legoland New York Resort has announced the opening of all seven of its Lego-themed lands — the latest step in its phased opening.
Annual Pass and single-day ticket holders can now enjoy the themed lands Brick Street, Bricktopia, Lego Ninjago World, Lego Castle, Lego City, Miniland, and Lego Pirates.
“We’re so proud to welcome guests from far and wide into our family theme park with all seven lands for the first time,” said Stephanie Johnson, divisonal director of Legoland New York Resort. “To see the smiles on the faces of children and their families during our successful preview period has been the thrill of a lifetime. The feedback we’ve received from these devoted fans and early adopters has been invaluable as we work to create the ultimate Lego theme park experience here in the Hudson Valley.”
Just in time for summer, families can explore the seventh and final themed land, Lego Pirates. Guests can get wet on Splash Battle as they aim a water cannon at spectators on the sidelines — and they can return the blasts right back! Guests can also test their seaworthiness on Anchors Away as they sway back and forth on a pirate ship that sits on a U-shaped track and rotates in two directions.
In addition to Lego Pirates, guests can also enjoy the Lego Factory Adventure Ride, The Dragon Coaster in Lego Castle, Lego Ninjago the Ride in Lego Ninjago World, and more.
The final phase of the Resort will be the opening of Legoland Hotel, which is available for bookings from Aug. 6.
To learn more about Legoland New York Resort, visit their website here.