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Park layout & attractions
More than 50 rides, shows and attractions are featured in the park based on those at other Legoland parks. The Jungle Coaster ride from Legoland Windsor was transferred and relocated to the park and was renamed Test Track. Additionally, the historic gardens which Cypress Gardens was known for are maintained as part of the park. The Splash Island Waterpark was kept and will be a separately ticketed admission. In addition, 4 attractions originally from Cypress Gardens were renovated, renamed and incorporated into the park including The Triple Hurricane wooden rollercoaster, the Okeechobee Rampage family coaster and Swamp Thing a Vekoma family inverted coaster. The Starliner coaster, formerly of the Miracle Strip Amusement Park in Panama City, FL was dismantled for sale. The Island in the Sky ride was also kept and updated for 2011. The park is divided into 10 sections:
LEGOLAND Florida is located at One LEGOLAND Way, Winter Haven Florida 33884, just 45 minutes from the Orlando theme parks or downtown Tampa.
From Orlando, take I-4 WEST to exit 55 (US Hwy 27 South). Turn right off U.S. Highway 27 at State Road 540/Cypress Gardens Boulevard. Park is four miles on the left.
Island in the Sky– A 150-foot rotating platform ride that provides a 360° view of the park.
Dragon-A steel family coaster which features an indoor dark ride portion. Originally called Okeechobee Rampage.
The Royal JOUST-A simulated 'joust' attraction where childen ride LEGO-themed horses through medieval scenes.
Merlin's Challenge-A mini himalaya flat ride.
The Forestmen's Hideout-A multi-level tree and rope climb.
- Factory Tour-A firsthand look at how LEGO bricks are made from factory to finish.
- Grand Carousel– A two level carousel.
- Wells Fargo Fun Town 4D Theater-A 4D theater with 700 seats.
- Granny's Apple Fries-A Restaurant selling warm Granny Smith apple fries, dusted with cinnamon and sugar and served with a vanilla cream dipping sauce.
- LEGO Studio Store- store selling LEGO licensed products, such as Clutch Powers, SpongeBob™, Harry Potter™ and Star Wars™.
- LEGO Heroes-An immersive interactive play area based on LEGO’s Hero Factory line.
- Built & Test– An exhibit where guests can build a LEGO car and test it on the digitally timed track.
- Kid Power Towers-A set of towers where guests can hoist themselves up to the top then enjoy a “free-fall” to the bottom.
- LEGO MINDSTORMS-An exhibit where guests can build and program computerized LEGO MINDSTORMS™ robots.
- Lego Clubhouse Seven of the world's most exciting Lego models on display
Beetle Bounce-A 'bouncing frog' flat ride.
- Coastersaurus-A wooden rollercoaster. Originally called Triple Hurricane.
- Lost Kingdom Adventure-An interactive dark ride.
- Pharaoh's Revenge - An interactive play area.
- Safari Trek-A jeep ride featuring life-sized LEGO animal models.
- The Big Test-An interactive show using acrobatics, music and play to teach fire safety.
- FORD Driving School-A “real-life” driving experience for children ages 6 through 13, where children receive their official LEGOLAND driver’s license.
- FORD Jr. Driving School– a pint-size version driving school course for children ages 3 through 5.
- Flying School- A Vekoma Suspended Family Coaster, formerly called Swamp Thing.
- Boating School–A boat ride where guests can captain their own mini-vessels.
- Rescue Academy-An interactive game where families compete with one another in fire and police vehicles to be the first to put out a simulated “blaze”.
An area of the park which features miniature LEGO replicas of American Cities:
- Florida- includes sections replicating the Florida Keys, the Everglades, Miami, Tampa, Central Florida, Daytona, The Kennedy Space Center, St. Augustine and the Panhandle.
- Las Vegas- features the world-famous Las Vegas Strip including the Luxor, New York, New York Hotel and Casino, Excalibur, Mirage, Treasure Island, Tropicana, MGM Grand, Venetian, Stratosphere tower and Paris Las Vegas.
- New York City- Features Rockefeller Plaza, Times Square, The Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Station, The Empire State Building, the Guggenheim Museum and the Bronx Zoo.
- Washington, D.C. re-created areas like: of the White House, the U.S. Capitol building, The Smithsonian Museum, WWII Memorial, Washington and Jefferson monuments and parts of Georgetown.
- Pirates- A pirate themed area featuring miniature LEGO pirate ships.
- AQUAZONE Wave Racers- A dual water carousel ride.
- LEGO TECHNIC Test Track- A wild mouse rollercoaster. Originally was located at LEGOLAND Windsor as the Jungle Coaster.
- Technicycle- A pedal-powered spinning machine that shoot riders into the air.
- Cypress Gardens Botanical Gardens- The original gardens from the former Cypress Gardens park. The gardens are owned by Polk county.