The Land of Adventure will appeal to kids of all ages. It has an African adventure theme with a safari ride and Egyptian pharaohs where you can hunt for treasure and explore hidden tombs.
Here you will find Legoland Florida’s longest roller coaster and a wooden one at that.
The Lost Kingdom Adventure
The Lost Kingdom is an indoor ride themed on the LEGO Adventurers series where you are looking for treasure in a rugged Egyptian lost kingdom, battling LEGO mummies and skeletons and can shoot at targets with lasers to score points.
Each rider can see their own score as you go around. The ride is similar in style to Toy Story Mania at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Minimum rider height is 30 inches (0.76 m) and children between 30 and 48 inches must ride with a responsible person who is 48 inches (1.22 m) or taller and at least 14 years old.
In the outdoor Pharaoh’s Revenge, children and adults alike can fire soft foam balls at enemies and explore the maze in the Pharaoh’s kingdom.
Beetle Bounce launches you 15 feet (4.5 metres) up and down in the air towards brightly coloured LEGO scarab beetles on top of two monumental obelisks. Seven riders sit side by side on each side. Minimum rider height is 36 inches (0.91 m).
2 seater Jeep type cars (painted with zebra stripes) run around a track through a safari park inhabited by animated LEGO wild animals like elephants, lions and tigers.
Minimum rider height is 34 inches (0.86 m) and children between 34 and 48 inches must ride with a responsible person who is 48 inches (1.22 m) or taller and at least 14 years old.
The Coastersaurus used to be called the Triple Hurricane when it was part of Cypress Gardens because it opened after Cypress Gardens had been hit by three hurricanes in a single season in 2004. It has been re-themed so that it runs through a prehistoric jungle of life-sized animated LEGO dinosaurs.
Coastersaurus is a junior wooden roller coaster built by Martin & Vleminckx, the length of the track is 1365 feet (416 metres) and the ride runs for 0:50 minutes at speeds of up to 32 mph (51 kph). There are no inversions.
Each train runs five cars with 4 riders in pairs in each car. The cars were replaced by new Millennium Flyer trains from Great Coasters International in late 2013.
Minimum rider height is 42 inches (1.06 m).