In this week's poll, we ask if you will take the time to visit the LEGOLAND Florida Water Park on your next trip to Orlando.
The LEGOLAND Florida Water Park is set to throw open its gates on May 26, 2012, and with news this week that half a million gallons of water have been pumped into the wave pool, the excitement is certainly building very nicely heading towards opening day. So, are you rushing for your swimming costume or have you been left uninspired by the proposed plans for the LEGOLAND Florida Water Park?
Florida is certainly not lacking in popular water parks. You would expect nothing but class from Walt Disney World, and it certainly doesn't disappoint with Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. With a mixture of fear inducing kamikaze slides, relaxing lazy river experiences and numerous thrilling flumes you can't really beat the scope and quality of the attractions. Likewise, nearby Wet 'n' Wild and SeaWorld Orlando's Aquatica offer plenty of fun for the whole family.
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LEGOLAND Florida Water Park, just like the LEGOLAND theme parks around the world, will be aimed at families with children aged between 2 and 12. Will this give it a unique edge on rival water parks? It will boast a range of attractions including a wave pool, a lazy river, several slides and a water playground. Tickets to the water park will not be sold separately, so you can only gain admission by purchasing tickets for the LEGOLAND Florida theme park and then upgrading for $12 per person (or $3 per child under the age of 3).
So, will you visit the LEGOLAND Florida Water Park on your next visit to Orlando? Let us know by voting in our poll below.
Will you visit the LEGOLAND Florida water park?
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