Twenty-two lucky kids got to go to school recently. No, not that sort of school, these kids and their parents got to go to the still under construction Legoland Florida and try out their version of flying and driving school, plus two other rides.
They soared in flight, drove their own Lego cars, trekked an African safari and battled through an Egyptian treasure hunt. Take a look:
The kids rode:
Flying School – a suspended steel coaster that lets kids experience the thrill of flight.
Driving School – a “real-life” driving experience for children ages 6 through 13, where kids receive their official Legoland driver’s license
Safari Trek – explores the wilds of Africa and features gorgeous, life-like Lego animals.
Lost Kingdom Adventure – Legoland Florida’s dark ride invites guests to fire laser blasters at targets and brave the rugged Egyptian landscape in all-terrain roadsters, while attempting to unearth the vast treasures of a forgotten empire.
Once open on Oct. 15, 2011, Legoland Florida will feature more than 50 rides and attractions geared toward kids ages 2 to 12.