Legoland New York was years in the making and officially had its grand opening last summer. Now its reopening for its first full season ever!
With seven different LEGO “worlds” — from LEGO Castle to Bricktopia (“the land with no rules, where you’ll find the weirdest and wackiest LEGOLAND creations”) —and an on-site themed resort, it’s going to be the perfect destination for LEGO fans of any age.
The park, which had been subject to much controversy since its announcement to build in the New York town of Goshen, was originally expected to open in the spring of 2020, but was delayed due to the pandemic.
The 150-acre park has fully reopened all parts of the park at full capacity as of today, April 9th! It will include:
- An immersive Legoland Hotel with 250 Lego-themed rooms
- A Legoland Factory
- 50 rides
- Dragon “pink knuckle” roller coaster
- Legoland Driving School (teaching kids to ride a Lego-them car)
- Lego 4D Movie Theater
Only 60 miles from NYC, the Legoland theme park will have rides unique to this location as well as a Miniland that depicts NYC’s ever-changing skyline with new buildings you won’t find at other Legoland Parks.
Take a look & get excited here!
You can already get tickets and day passes to the park here, and can book a room in the hotel for your future trip!
Also published on Medium.