Legoland Florida Lands
By James | Last updated August 18, 2023
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Like most theme parks, LEGOLAND Florida is divided into a series of interconnected “lands”; 13 in all plus the Botanical Gardens.
LEGOLAND® Water Park — seasonal water park and only accessible from within LEGOLAND Florida as an add-on admission ticket. It cannot be purchased stand-alone
The Beginning — as its name suggests this is the first section of the park you encounter as you come through the Entry Plaza with Guest Services, restaurants and shops
Fun Town — leads on from The Beginning, this is the LEGO Village where you can see how the LEGO bricks are made. Main attraction here is the 4-D Wells Fargo Fun Town Theater. From here you can move into either the DUPLO® Village or Heartlake City
DUPLO® Valley — as you would expect with DUPLO this is a great place for toddlers. Everything is designed for the smaller guest; re-opened in Spring 2014
Heartlake City — a newer land which is very much geared towards young girls and features the LEGO Friends brand. It opened in June 2015
Land of Adventure — explore hidden tombs and hunt for treasure. Rides and attractions include the children’s Coastersaurus roller coaster, Lost Kingdom Adventure ride, Pharaoh’s Revenge and Beetle Bounce
LEGO® Kingdoms — set in medieval times with LEGO themed horse rides and the indoor Dragon roller coaster
Miniland USA — home to miniature models of famous landmarks both in Florida and further afield, with nine themed areas in total including a special Star Wars area
Pirates’ Cove — the new live-action water stunt show on the shores of Lake Eloise. Cypress Gardens was known as the water ski capital of the world
Imagination Zone — where you can explore and create. You can build and test LEGO cars, program MINDSTORM robots and play classic LEGO games like LEGO INDIANA JONES and LEGO STAR WARS. The LEGO® Club House in also located here where you can buy LEGO bricks
LEGO® Technic — for more adventurous kids and adults alike with The Great Lego Race (formerly LEGO Project X® Test Track) and AQUAZONE® Wave Racers
LEGO® NINJAGO® World — a small world close to LEGO City with a number of hands-on interactive experiences plus a new state-of-the-art ride, Ninjago: The Ride. Opened in 2017.
LEGO® City — for children to play in a scaled-down town. Attractions include a children’s Driving School, Fun Town Fire Academy, Flight School inverted roller coaster and The Big Test interactive acrobatics show
Cypress Gardens — one of the highlights of the original Cypress Gardens. The Cypress Gardens Botanical Gardens are being renovated and brought up to date to attract more visitors
Documents filed with the South West Florida Water Management District in July 2012 outlined details that LEGOLAND Florida were planning a new pirate themed addition called Pirate Shores, to the LEGOLAND Florida park. Work was expected to have been completed in 2013 but the project was never started.
In 2017, LEGOLAND Florida shut World of Chima after only being open for four years. LEGO discontinued the Chima product line in 2015. It is being replaced by a new land called The LEGO® Movie World.