So while attending the Fulltime Families Rally in Tampa Florida we took a field trip to Lego Land. My kids were so excited, and hubby was just as excited. He loves getting down and playing Legos with the kids. If you are looking to make the trip special you can stay at the Legoland Hotel! I found this deal on it, LEGOLAND Hotel package. Includes accommodation at LEGOLAND Hotel and a 2-day ticket to LEGOLAND Florida (2nd day is FREE!) Includes FREE breakfast and exclusive early admission to LEGOLAND. You can also just purchase LEGOLAND Park and Water Park tickets.
I want to mention you do have to pay to park, and it’s not cheap! OUCH!
But my kids think it was worth it. Walking in you can see the hotel I was talking about. They say it’s 130 (kids steps from the park’s gate)
They did the park up right! You won’t believe the things they can make from legos!
Just so you know this park is HUGE. We didn’t make it through the whole thing which was fine because we skipped a few ‘lands’ that were designed for older kids since our children are 7 and under.
We decided to start in the back and work our way forward. On the way we passed the ‘Lego City’. My kids got to race Lego cars.
We saw a mini NASA and space shuttle.
And of course, Las Vegas!
Then we crossed the waterfall my kids loved it.
In the waterfall area, they had animals made out of legos, like deer and birds.
We started with the driving school and my kids loved it. They have 2 driving schools, one for older children and one for younger kids so even my 3 year old got to partake. Everything on the courses were of course made of Legos.
Outside the driving school was this life size car made completely of Legos! My husband so wants the Lego builder job!
Next, we drove Lego boats! The kids had a blast driving these!
And the baby had a blast watching them!
Then we grabbed lunch and headed to the water ski show. We sat on the grass because the show filled up pretty fast.
The kids loved watching the tricks on the water.
All around the park, you will find these amazing things made of Legos!
My kids favorite was by far the Dinosaur! This Dino took 211,000 Legos and 640 hoursto build!
One of the last rides we went on was the Animal Safari, this ride we found out they do a Parent Ride and Switch in the park. As long as they aren’t super busy you can wait in line once and ride with your kid and have your spouse wait by the exit gate with your other kid(s), and you can switch out and go with them this way. It was a huge time saver and wish we had know about it earlier in the day!
We walked through the Castle Land, and my kids thought It was the coolest thing!
Of course, we couldn’t leave without checking out the Lego sets! Right outside was this girl made of Legos.
They had a couple of RV sets; my kids were so excited.
My oldest daughter got an RV set ‘because it’s like ours.’
My son got a Jurassic Park set because he is obsessed with dinosaurs right now.
and my younger two got stuffed animals instead of Legos.
My kids had a blast, and I haven’t seen them sleep that well in a LONG time.
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