Tag Archives: Legoland

Building Up to LEGOLAND New York Resort

Building Up to LEGOLAND New York Resort

The upcoming LEGOLAND New York Resort has lots of amazing things coming for us, and they made a few announcements in lower Manhattan last week. Read More

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After Disney: The Other Orlando — Book Review

When you think of Orlando, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For many, it’s a mouse named Mickey. What many people don’t realize, is that there is far more to Orlando than just a mouse. After Disney: The Other Orlando, by Kelly Monaghan, covers everything that many people miss on their visits to Orlando because they are caught up in the mouse trap. Read More

Ten Cool Companies That Rocked the IAAPA Conference

IAAPA Attractions Expo, owned and produced by International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, is the world’s largest conference and trade show for the $24 billion global attractions industry. The future rides, attractions, games, and products of the world’s theme parks and attractions are well represented at this weeklong conference.  Between November 14 and November… Read More

Legoland Florida: A Geeky Preview

Legoland Florida officially opens Saturday, October 15, 2011, but I was lucky enough to get a recent behind-the-scenes tour. Prediction: Lego fans: Prepare to go crazy at Legoland Florida. First, the park is beautiful. Amazingly detailed giant Lego sculptures are … Read More

A Look at Grapevine’s Legoland

Even before I had a kid, I wanted to go to Legoland. The California theme park has dozens of rides and attractions, a water park, and acres and acres of amazing Lego sculptures. And there’s a new one opening in Florida, too. But since it will likely be a few years before my family can… Read More

June 7, 1968: Legoland Opens in Denmark

Happy Birthday, Legoland! The company famous for its interlocking bricks opened the first Legoland theme park in its hometown of Billund, Denmark, on this day in 1968. The attraction featured detailed city scenes modeled in bricks and drew 3,000 visitors … Read More