Festive fun is on the way to Legoland Florida Resort as Holidays at Legoland kicks off on Nov. 27 and runs on select dates through Dec. 31.
The theme park built for kids will transform into a winter wonderland with live seasonal entertainment, Lego activities, festive lights and delicious treats – all included in regular park admission.
New for this year is “The Very Merry Mix-Up,” an original musical stage show that finds Mrs. Claus’ holiday helpers in a delicious dilemma.
Families can also explore the new Holiday Village Postal Service, where kids can write letters to Lego Santa. At the interactive post office, kids will see their special letters travel directly to the North Pole via digital screens.
If you’ve got a holiday song in your heart, you can hop aboard Fun Town’s multi-level carousel for an all-new holiday sing-along (with masks on, of course).
Socially-distant selfie spots for that perfect holiday photo will be offered with Lego Santa, Lego Gingerbread Man, and Lego Toy Soldier. Unikitty will even put on her jolliest attire for festive photos. All characters and performer interactions will be staged and utilize generous spacing of six feet or more.
Other holiday card-worthy photo-ops for this year include the 30-foot-tall Lego Christmas tree in Market Plaza, a Christmas countdown near Market Plaza, a tall Lego Snowman in Duplo Valley, and Lego Santa and his Reindeer near Lego City – and families can even sit inside the sleigh!
Families can join in to build a themed Lego mosaic to celebrate the holidays, or head to Duplo Valley, where holiday symbols have been set up throughout the farmland for a scavenger hunt!
Other Holidays at Legoland traditions are set to return, including the Lego Sleigh and Reindeer photo-op and “North Pole Nonsense” at the Lego City Stage. Visitors can close out the night with “Rockin’ Around,” a holiday display featuring lights, sounds, and a 30-foot-tall Lego Christmas tree.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, try the Hot Chocolate Freeze, a cocoa-infused cold milkshake covered in marshmallow fluff drizzled with caramel and topped with chocolate shavings; or try the Merry Mint Twist with mint ice cream in a waffle cone; and Snowball on a Stick, a coconut-crusted white chocolate bonbon lollipop.
Legoland Florida Resort will say goodbye to 2020 and ring in 2021 with their annual Kids’ New Year’s Eve Fireworks, happening at the kid-friendly time of 8 p.m. only on Dec. 31.
To learn more about Holidays at Legoland Florida Resort, visit Legoland.com/Florida.