One thing I noted in my Legoland Florida first impressions post is that the photo souvenirs and some other souvenirs I looked at seemed overpriced. I did find a couple of free souvenirs for kids at the theme park that you might want to seek out:
First up is this Legoland Florida Lego brick. Kids can pick one of these up at the Legoland Factory Tour. It’s a cute attraction at the park that has a video about Legos and then a small room with equipment that demonstrates how Lego bricks are made. Staff at the park were enforcing the “only for kids” rule on these free bricks.
If your kids go to Driving School at Legoland Florida, they will leave with a free driver’s license that you can fill out for them and put their picture on. And believe me, your kids will want to go to Driving School. They can actually drive their own vehicles on streets complete with traffic lights. You can get a laminated card driver’s license for $14.99 complete with your photo and a lanyard, but I am sticking with free on this one. I did get my Legoland California Driver’s License earlier this year, but it only cost $4.99. Not sure why there’s such an East Coast price hike.