Kids ages 2-12 and their families will find more than 50 interactive rides on 150 acres of themed “lands.”
“The Fourth of July means family,” said LEGOLAND New York Public Relations Manager Matt Besterman in a press release, “and at LEGOLAND theme parks, families can ride, climb, play, learn and build together. At the same time, kids can celebrate their own independence by riding their first roller coaster, the Dragon, or driving their first car at LEGOLAND Driving School. We’re thrilled to invite families across the northeast, the country and the world to make our theme park a tradition for summer fun.”
LEGOLAND New York Resort has three tiers of annual park passes available, on sale now starting at $119.99. Single-day passes are also available for $62.99. If your kids love Legos and would love to spend their next July 4 at LEGOLAND, head to the park’s website to your tickets–and get ready to have a Lego-filled adventure in 2020!