LEGOLAND® Florida Resort currently is hiring Model Citizens for frontline positions, including guest experience hosts in Admissions, Attractions*, Food & Beverage and Retail.
Join us Tuesday, March 28 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at Winter Haven’s Polk State College, WST Building 127, 999 Avenue H NE, for our next hiring event. Walk-ups are welcome and we’ll be conducting on-the-spot interviews.
Some of the great benefits of working at the place #BuiltForKids include free admission to LEGOLAND Florida Resort, including LEGOLAND Water Park; free admission to other, select Florida attractions; free, unlimited use of Citrus Connection, Polk County’s public transportation system; discounts at local merchants; and much more!
*Please note: Attractions roles are restricted to those 18 years old and up.
Only a few weeks remain before LEGOLAND® Beach Retreat welcomes it first guests to enjoy endless fun in the sun. Our all-new accommodations represent a whole new way to play — and stay — at LEGOLAND Florida Resort, with their own set of outdoor-themed amenities.
One of the most unique amenities is one we’re introducing today — drive-through check-in! When guests arrive, the speedy process will get you from your car to your cove in minutes. (By the way, “cove” is what we call the horseshoe-shaped groupings of colorful LEGO® bungalows on the site.)
Here’s a look at the process through the perspective of a kid:
Designed to look like larger-than-life LEGO sets, the 83 beach-themed bungalows offer 166 separate rooms that sleep up to five, including a cozy area just for kids, with a bunk bed, trundle bed and privacy curtain. They’re an ideal solution for larger families and groups traveling together, or for those seeking a whole new way to vacation at LEGOLAND Florida Resort.
Each bungalow cove has its own outdoor play structure.
Along with picturesque lake views and a LEGO lighthouse featuring a real rotating beacon, LEGOLAND Beach Retreat highlights also include:
A giant swimming pool next to The Lighthouse, with an adjacent sandy area perfect for building sandcastles and the resort’s biggest outdoor play structure for kids.
Sandy’s Castle Restaurant, featuring a bountiful menu of entrees, sides and desserts designed to please the palates of kids and grownups alike.
A delicious breakfast buffet is included with each night’s stay; lunch and dinner are available without reservations.
Bricks Beach Bar, offering an eclectic menu of made-to-order food, drinks and creative cocktails served both poolside and indoors.
Palm Tree Traders, a large retail shop stocked with LEGO building sets and Minifigures, apparel, toys, swimwear, snacks and sundries.
A hands-on LEGO building activity where kids can contribute their own original creations to a giant sandcastle made out of thousands of LEGO bricks.
Free Wi-Fi accessible throughout the entire site, indoors and out.
Complimentary transportation to the theme park entrance, as well as complimentary parking in LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s main parking lot for guests who choose to drive.
Early access to the theme park, with exclusive use of some of the most popular attractions, including the all-new LEGO NINJAGO® World and LEGO NINJAGO The Ride.
LEGOLAND Beach Retreat opens Friday, April 7, and offers the classic summer vacation experience all year long! Nightly room rates start at $135 (plus tax and resort fee) and vary by season, date and availability.
Each bungalow is designed to look like a larger-than-life LEGO® set!
Packages including theme park tickets also are available, and Awesomer and Awesomest Annual Pass Members receive a 10 percent discount year-round. Guests can book a stay online or by calling toll-free (877) 350-5346 daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT.
The coupon is good for a free, single-day child ticket with the purchase of a full-price, single-day adult ticket. Guests can receive a maximum of three free children’s tickets with the purchase of three adult tickets per coupon. The child’s ticket must be the same type as the adult ticket purchased, and can include a theme-park-only ticket or a combo ticket that includes same-day admission to LEGOLAND Water Park.
Nearly 500 restaurants throughout Florida are taking part in the promotion, which offers savings of $86! Regions include Orlando, Daytona Beach, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Naples, West Palm Beach, Gainesville, Ocala and Jacksonville.
The coupon will be offered at participating Burger King restaurants through April 24 and is good for LEGOLAND visits through July 31, 2017.
Here’s the fine print:
This offer cannot be applied to pre-purchased, discounted tickets or combined with any other offers.
Debating about how to spend your weekend? Where to take the kids? You found it! LEGOLAND® Florida Resort’s very own water park opens this Saturday for another great season of fun in the sun! At 11 a.m. on the warm and sunny morning of March 11, LEGOLAND Water Park welcomes guests to splash and be splashed on all of our awesome water attractions.
Before you leave the house, here’s what to bring for a day of fun:
Big & floppy sun hat
Lifejacket? (Or you can borrow one of ours… for free!)
A snazzy beach towel (Don’t have one? Purchase one of our cool LEGOLAND Florida Resort designs at our Surf Shop your way in)
What else? Oh yeah — smiling faces!
Get a head start on planning your day by checking out the Know Before You Go section of our website! LEGOLAND Water Park will be open most days through Oct. 1 so be sure to also check our operating calendar before planning a visit.
Meet LEGO Batman, help build a 7-foot-tall LEGO Joker with our Master Model Builders, search the cities of MINILAND USA for a chance to win a LEGO prize and pick up all the latest LEGO Batman sets and products during the last two days of this special event!
Bring your creations to life at Build-a-Raft River with soft, floating LEGO® bricks, hang out on the island at the LEGO Wave Pool, and get splashed BIG time by our huge, 300-gallon bucket at Joker Soaker. And the fun doesn’t stop building there! Visit Build-A-Boat to customize a LEGO boat hull and race it down the fast-flowing river in the new Creative Cove area.
LEGOLAND Water Park has lots of amenities to make your day easier. Stop by the Surf Shop on your way in to pick up any last-minute necessities such as:
Awesome LEGOLAND Florida towels, and much more!
While you’re there, you can reserve a locker for the day or even rent your very own cabana with personalized food and beverage service.
Creative Cove features expanded dining options, including ice cream and mini burritos.
Hungry? There are two restaurants to choose from when you need yummy food to fuel more fun. Beach N’ Brick is located at the front of LEGOLAND Water Park, underneath the giant pavilion, so you can enjoy multiple food and beverage options under the shade. You can also grab tasty burritos next to the LEGO Wave Pool at Waveside Burrito. If you’re looking for a way to beat the heat, visit our novelty Ice Cream Hut directly across from Build-A-Boat.
Buy your tickets online and save! One- and two-day combo tickets are available that include admission to our theme park and LEGOLAND Water Park. Otherwise, LEGOLAND Water Park admission is a $20 per-ticket, per-day upgrade from a theme-park-only ticket, and $3 per toddler (ages 1-2). Or get an annual pass and come back again and again! Please note that admission to LEGOLAND Water Park is not sold separately; all water park tickets include theme park admission.
LEGOLAND Water Park will be open most days from March 11 through Oct. 1 — but not every day — so be sure to check our operating calendar before planning a visit.
Have you had the chance to catch the beloved crime-fighter who “only works in black. And sometimes, very, very dark gray,” in his big-screen adventure? Whether you’ve seen The LEGO® Batman Movie™ or not, head to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort this weekend for bat-loads of fun!
During the two event weekends, March 4-5 and 11-12, fans will get the chance to meet Gotham City’s iconic DC super hero in LEGO form, build alongside Master Model Builders and grab LEGO Batman-themed prizes from park open to close.
LEGO® BATMAN – Meet the legend at Market Plaza: 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
LEGO® Bat-Signal Scavenger Hunt – Count the LEGO® bat-signals hidden throughout the cities then pick up an entry form at LEGO® Studio Store. Submit your guess at LEGO® Studio Store or Imagination Zone for a chance to win a LEGO® prize pack, and receive a commemorative LEGO® brick while supplies last. MINILAND USA: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE™ Mosaic Build – Brick by brick, help us build a giant LEGO® mural inspired by LEGO® BATMAN’s latest big-screen adventure. Outside Fun Town Pizza & Pasta Buffet: 10 a.m. – 3p.m. (or until complete)
Build your own Batmobile Racer – Build your favorite vehicle from THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE™ and test its speed in a battle of good vs. evil. Imagination Zone: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
LEGO® Joker Build – Watch our Master Model Builders create a 7-foot-tall model of LEGO® BATMAN’s greatest villain, LEGO® Joker! Watch the clown prince of crime come to life. LEGO® Factory Experience: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Calling all backseat drivers! Join Captain Brickbeard, Surfer Girl, the World’s Greatest Adventurer and the Good Knight for a road trip of epic proportions with Quest to LEGOLAND®, an all-new GPS adventure game built for kids.
Kids can follow a LEGO® Minifigure on a route to LEGOLAND Florida Resort that’s mapped in real-time using GPS. Along the way, they’ll unlock themed missions, answer trivia and learn about the world around them as landmarks they pass pop up on-screen right before their eyes. With 40 total games and more than 1,000 pieces of contextual trivia, what you see in the app depends on the route you take, so every trip is a unique adventure for the entire family.
Available now for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Download for free on Google Play and in the App Store.
Nearly 25 years ago, Michael Dominik was an 11-year-old boy living in Germany when his life was changed by an elephant. A blue elephant.
Michael Dominik was one of a handful of children who received the coveted “blue elephant” LEGO award in the 1990s.
After entering a LEGO® building competition, Michael was delighted to learn he’d won a prestigious award that made him an “honorary citizen” of LEGOLAND®, a reference to what was then the only LEGOLAND park in the world, Denmark’s LEGOLAND Billund.
In addition to a regal certificate proclaiming his membership in SOCIUS HONORARIUS LEGOLANDIAE, Michael received a stylish medallion on a multicolored ribbon — a blue elephant made out of LEGO bricks.
Although the rare “blue elephant” honor has mostly been forgotten a quarter-century later, Michael always remembered one of its promised perks — lifetime free admission to LEGOLAND.
Michael recently visited LEGOLAND Florida Resort with his prestigious blue elephant medallion.
On a recent visit to LEGOLAND Florida Resort, Michael was warmly welcomed back to the site he’d visited years ago with his grandparents when it was Cypress Gardens, one of Florida’s oldest tourist attractions.
He said he was delighted to see the ways the site has changed now that it’s part of the global LEGOLAND family, and that he appreciated the efforts made to continue the water ski shows and preserve the 81-year-old botanical gardens that made the site famous.