Cheerful holiday spirit is on its way to Legoland Florida Resort Winter Haven this season with Holidays at Legoland, select dates November 27 through December 31. The theme park built for kids will be transformed into a wonderland with live, seasonal entertainment, unique Lego activities, twinkling lights, and specialty treats.
New in 2020, Mrs. Claus’ crew of holiday helpers sing, dance, and work together through some frosty fun in the new, original musical stage show, The Very Merry Mix-Up. Families can explore the all-new Holiday Village Postal Service where children can handwrite letters to Lego Santa himself. At this interactive post office, children will watch through digital screens as their special letters travel directly to the North Pole. Then, the whole family can hop aboard Fun Town’s multi-level carousel and join in a new holiday singalong.
Colourful characters are around every holly-packed corner with socially distanced selfie spots with Lego Santa, Lego Gingerbread Man, and Lego Toy Soldier. Unikitty will also don her jolliest attire for festively fun photos. All character and performer interactions will be staged using generous spacing of six feet or more.
Returning guests will find the return of Holidays at Legoland’s favourite traditions, including the Lego Sleigh and Reindeer photo spot. Dancing lights and music bring their holiday visit to a festive close “Rockin’ Around,” a 30-foot-tall Lego Christmas tree spectacular that comes to life with dazzling lights and sounds to celebrate the season. North Pole Nonsense will also return to Lego City Stage with holiday hijinks featuring some of Santa’s silliest elves and their wacky juggling and slapstick fun.
Guests can say goodbye to 2020 with the park’s Kids’ New Year’s Eve fireworks. Guests can ring in 2021 at the kid-friendly time of 8 p.m. as fireworks transform into bursts of Lego bricks right before their eyes, only on December 31, 2020.
Families can grab a brick and help build a themed Lego mosaic to celebrate the holidays from around the world, or journey to Duplo Valley, where iconic holiday symbols have been sprinkled throughout the farmland.