Legoland offering free admission to first responders in September

- First responders will be able to enter Legoland Florida for free during the month of September to honor real-life heroes. 

The theme park announced the special deal to honor active and retired law enforcement, firefighters and EMT or EMS personnel during September. They just need to provide valid identification at the ticket windows on the day of their visit in order to receive a free single-day pass.

In addition, eligible first responders can purchase general admission tickets for up to four guests for half of the regular price. 

For additional information on the theme park, click over to Legoland Florida’s website.

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