Everything is Awesome- LEGOLAND Florida Review: 5 Tips for Family Fun


Our family visited LEGOLAND Florida for the first time over spring break. And to be honest, my kids, who are are 7 and 10 years old, aren’t huge Lego fans. Not only that, but I feared they might be too old for the park. So what did they think of our family adventure at LEGOLAND Florida? It was AWESOME! Our Legoland Florida Review is about all the fun and whimsy of this incredible park + some great tips for your upcoming trip.

Everything is Awesome…LEGOLAND Florida Review: 5 Tips for Ultimate Family Fun

Legoland Florida Review

If you’re planning a family adventure at LEGOLAND Florida, here’s my advice based on our experience to make sure you have an equally awesome Florida experience:

  • Let the kids pick the areas that interest them the most

    The first tip in my Legoland Florida Review is to let the kids run the show a bit. We immediately headed for some rides the kids saw online. That helped us plan our day and not waste time wandering around. But don’t miss Miniland, where the kids can explore miniature replications of places like Las Vegas, Kennedy Space Center, New York City, California, and many more—containing more than 32 million Lego bricks.

  • Get the water park ticket

    The water park is inside LEGOLAND at the back of the park. Check the schedule online to make sure it is open when you are visiting. Bring bathing suits, towels, and get a locker to store your stuff while you relax on the lazy river and enjoy the water slides. You can even build Legos on the raft while on the lazy river – how cool!


  • Bring your own food and drink

    The park allows a small cooler, perhaps because the food is not as plentiful as in other parks we have visited. It helped to have snacks and water on hand.

  • Pay for preferred parking

  • The day we visited, general parking was free, but preferred parking was offered for $20.  We were so close to the park entrance, it made the end of the day (when we were worn out and sun drenched) much more manageable.
  • Visit LEGOLAND Hotel even if you don’t stay there

  • We left the park at 6 p.m. and went to the car to drop off our bags. With the preferred parking, that was an easy thing to do!  

Then, we went to the LEGOLAND Hotel to have dinner at the lobby restaurant, Skyline Lounge. This is the hidden gem of LEGOLAND. We sat at a table at the bar area where we could easily see the kids play in the huge Lego play area. There was even a room to the side playing the Lego movie, and Lego characters came out to take pictures with the kids.  


My son hardly had time to come to the table to eat his cheeseburger. And when he did, he could play with the Legos at the table (actually in the table under the glass). Not only that, but talk about a great kids menu! My daughter loved the specialty kids drink – the S’mores. The food menu was small, seating is first come first serve, but everything we had was delicious.

After a long day in the park, the Skyline Lounge was just what everyone needed. Although we didn’t experience the LEGOLAND hotel rooms, I am sure they are just as wonderful as the lobby.

I am sure we will visit LEGOLAND again for another family adventure soon!

Photos courtesy of Legoland Florida, www.legoland.com/florida

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Lego characters at Legoland Florida Resort

Disclosure: We received complimentary park tickets to LEGOLAND for purposes of this review. As always, my opinions are my own.

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Michelle Donaghue
Michelle Donaghue

Michelle is the proud working mother of two children, a sweet 8 year old girl and an energetic 5 year old boy. Living in South Florida with her husband Todd, they are always looking for places to vacation well with their family. They love being on the water and beach activities, from boating to jet skiing to snorkeling. As the kids get older it is important to find the balance between working hard and showing their kids the experiences of traveling to new places. This summer they started a United States map project where they can track all of the places they have visited as a family.

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