LEGOLAND offers free tickets for kids this summer

- This summer, LEGOLAND Florida Resort invites kids throughout the state to visit for free.

LEGOLAND said Florida residents who buy an adult ticket to the theme park or water park will get a kid’s ticket free.

LEGOLAND debuted two 4D movies, a water park attraction,models in MINILAND USA and hands-on LEGO building activities inside its re-visualized Imagination Zone.

You might want to stick around for the Night Lights show, which is included in park admission.

From June 18-July 31 the park will have themed fireworks and extended hours. This includes new character meet-and-greets, a LEGO scavenger hunt, DJ glow dance party, and an all-new fireworks spectacular at 9:00 p.m.

Free tickets for kids with adult admission are available online only at https://www.legoland.com/kidsgofreefl through Sunday, July 31, 2016. Tickets are valid for visits through Monday, Sept. 5, 2016.

LEOLAND said proof of Florida residency is required.  

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