LEGOLAND Florida wants you to know they’re a park for the whole family. They do, however, focus certain areas of the park on certain age groups. The area primarily dedicated to the toddler set is DUPLO Valley. It has just been expanded and capped off with a new iconic gateway entrance to the farm-themed area.
If you haven’t brought your toddler to the park yet, LEGOLAND is sweetening the deal with its first-ever Preschool Pass. You’ll be able to park for free and enter LEGOLAND Florida with one child under five and one adult any weekday for a full year for just $90, plus tax. The pass is assigned to the child allowing any parent or guardian to enter the park with the toddler. Grandma wants to bring her grandchild to LEGOLAND for the day, no problem!
Full press release available below:
LEGOLAND Florida completed installation of an iconic archway to the site of the DUPLO Valley expansion, marking the final major construction milestone ahead of the area’s May 23 opening. DUPLO Valley brings the LEGO DUPLO line of preschool building toys to life with new farm-themed attractions, an air-conditioned indoor play area, and a water play area all geared to toddlers ages 2 to 5.
LEGOLAND Florida also announced its first-ever Preschool Pass, now available for purchase at the park. The Preschool Pass includes weekday admission to LEGOLAND Florida and standard parking for both one child under five and one adult for a full year at $90, plus tax. Assigned to the child, the pass allows an adult parent or guardian to attend the park with the toddler. The pass is transferrable to multiple adults in the family, allowing, for example, a mother to visit one day, and a grandparent the next, making it ideal for families to bring their little ones to LEGOLAND Florida during the week.
No blackout days apply, with the Preschool Pass valid Monday-Friday only. The Preschool Pass is available at the LEGOLAND Florida ticket office located at park entry or on Florida.Legoland.com later this week.
“We are excited that the final stages of DUPLO Valley are coming into place,” said LEGOLAND Florida General Manager Adrian Jones. “This new expansion, along with the introduction of the Preschool Pass, improves our offering to families with toddlers ages 2-5, giving them a whole new experience only available at LEGOLAND Florida.”
DUPLO Valley will be the ideal place for park guests to play and relax with their toddlers. New attractions coming to DUPLO Valley include the new DUPLO Train, DUPLO Tractor and DUPLO Splash & Play. Another key element will be the reopening of the DUPLO Barn, which will feature significant enhancements to allow kids to play indoors in the comfort of air conditioning.
The new DUPLO Valley adds excitement to LEGOLAND Florida’s line-up of more than 50 rides, shows and attractions dedicated to children of ages 2 to 12.
(Photo courtesy LEGOLAND Florida / Chip Litherland photographer)