WINTER HAVEN, Fla – The holidays are in full swing at most of Central Florida’s theme parks, and beginning this weekend, Legoland Florida is joining in on the fun.
New this year, Legoland will give families a chance to explore the all-new Holiday Village Postal Service where children can handwrite letters to LEGO Santa himself, watch the musical stage show “The Very Merry Mix-Up,” and participate in a holiday sing-along at the park’s multi-level carousel.
Guests can snap selfies this year in front of the park’s 30-foot tall LEGO Christmas tree, Lego Snowman or Santa’s sleigh, complete with reindeer. Officials said the park’s characters like Lego Santa, Gingerbread man and the toy soldier will also be out in the park for festive and socially-distant photos.
Popular shows like “North Pole Nonsense” and “Rockin’ Around” will return this holiday season with some special surprises.
Theme park leaders also shared details about some of the sweet treats that families can enjoy in the park. Guests can try the hot-chocolate freeze, a cocoa-infused cold milkshake covered in marshmallow fluff and topped with caramel and chocolate shavings. Also on the menu is the merry-mint twist waffle cone or a snowball on a stick, a coconut-crusted white chocolate bonbon lollipop.
Legoland’s holiday celebration is free with admission and runs on the following dates: Nov. 27-29, Dec. 5-6, 12-13, 19-20 and 24-31.
On New Year’s Eve the park will host a firework show that is packed with lego brick fireworks exploding before your eyes.
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