Legoland Florida opens to the public on October 15, 2011, and will add another option to the plans of families planning a theme park vacation in Florida.
But how much do Legoland Florida tickets cost?
The easy answer: $65 per day for adults and $55 for children 11 and younger and seniors (60 plus). That’s the cost for a one-day ticket. (F0r $15 more, one-day passes can be upgraded to two-day tickets, which must be used within nine days of the first visit).
Other options offer discounts on Legoland Florida tickets, depending on how often you plan to visit.
- Standard Annual Pass: $129 for adults, $99 for children and seniors. This includes unlimited admission to Legoland Florida for a year, special discounts and invitations to events, and a Legoland newsletter.
- PLUS Annual Pass: $159 for adults, $129 for children and seniors. This adds free parking (normally $12 per day and up), dining and retail discounts and an exclusive model builder session.
- Senior Garden Pass: For seniors age 60 and up, allows unlimited admission for a year. (This is less than the cost of a single-day adult ticket!)
For those “blockheads” who feel they just can’t get enough of Legoland Florida, there is the Ambassador Pass. This gives the passholder free preferred parking, unlimited admission for life, and all the other benefits of the PLUS pass. Cost for this is $2,500 per person.
These are the official prices posted on the Legoland Florida website.
There are other outlets for discount Legoland Florida tickets.
AAA members can get a few bucks knocked off the price of the various ticket options by purchasing in advance either online or at the nearest AAA office.
The Reserve Orlando website is currently offering $5 off one- and two-day Legoland Florida tickets.
Reportedly, there are discount coupons for Legoland Florida tickets in various family-friendly publications and stores, so keep an eye out for those.
Prices quoted are valid at the time of this post’s publication and are subject to change.