EVERYTHING You Need to Know About LEGOLAND New York Resort

My kids absolutely love LEGOLAND. We visited LEGOLAND Florida last year for the first time as part of Zayn’s birthday trip. Initially when we got home, that was all RJ talked about. Everyone was all “RJ YOU WENT TO DISNEY WORLD?” and he was completely “YEA BUT I WENT TO LEGOLAND!!!!!”. So imagine how completely excited I was when I saw that New York is getting their very own LEGOLAND New York Resort. I haven’t told RJ yet because I don’t want him to KEEP ASKING me when it’s going to open but I already know what we’re doing for spring break 2020 (hopefully).

In case you’re like me and you need to know ALL THE THINGS, I took the time to gather all the information available so that you can plan your trip to the park ASAP. I’m about to tell you EVERYTHING you need to know about LEGOLAND New York Resort before it opens in spring 2020.

What is LEGOLAND New York Resort?

LEGOLAND® New York Resort is the ultimate LEGO® theme park and hotel destination for kids ages 2-12 and their families! We’re taking the very best of our sister LEGOLAND Resorts in California, Florida and around the world, and adding exciting new attractions to build the ultimate family destination!

What Will I Find There?

You’ll find more than 50 interactive rides, shows and attractions, allowing kids and their families to spend a whole day together exploring different LEGO themed “lands” – or even a few days if you stay at our 250-room LEGOLAND Hotel. (It’s fully LEGO themed and just steps away from the Park!)

Who Can Go?

While our Resort will be designed primarily for kids ages 2-12, guests of all ages are welcome! Most of our rides and attractions are meant for the entire family to enjoy together.

Where Is It Located? How Big Will It Be?

The Resort is under construction in Goshen, New York, about 60 miles northwest of New York City. Our full site is more than 500 acres. The Resort will initially occupy 150 acres, making it the largest LEGOLAND ever built by Merlin Entertainments Group.

When Will It Open?

LEGOLAND New York Resort will open in spring 2020.

When Can I Buy Passes? When Can I Book a Hotel Room?

Our Annual Passes are being released in the spring and summer of 2019 – starting April 4, 2019 with our First to Play Pass*, which gives you the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience LEGOLAND® New York Resort before it opens at a special Preview Day event! Hotel bookings will open in the second half of 2019.

How is LEGOLAND® New York Resort Different From a LEGOLAND Discovery Center?

  • LEGOLAND New York Resort is a unique indoor/outdoor theme park destination for families, with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions and a LEGO themed hotel for an immersive multi-day LEGO experience!
  • A LEGOLAND Discovery Center is the ultimate indoor LEGO® playground, with a number of fun LEGO themed play spaces for kids age 3-10 and their families to spend 2-3 hours.

*What is the First to Play Pass?

“First to Play” pass, is a  once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience LEGOLAND New York Resort before it officially opens. Pass holders will gain access to a special pre-opening Preview Day event in advance of the Resort’s Grand Opening in spring 2020. Some of the other benefits of a First to Play Pass include:

  • 12 months admission to LEGOLAND New York Resort (blackout dates, terms and conditions will apply) with more
    than 50 rides, shows and attractions
  •  Invitations to special events at LEGOLAND New York Resort
  •  A commemorative First to Play Pass Card
  •  Exclusive seasonal offers only for Pass Members

To purchase a First to Play Pass visit LEGOLAND New York’s website here.

Where can I stay up to date with all the news about LEGOLAND New York?

I am making it my personal business to stay up to date with all the latest and greatest information about LEGOLAND New York, so that I can provide that information to you (and for me). You can also follow them on Facebook, or visit their website.

Will I see you at LEGOLAND New York next spring? 



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