If you are ready to play, LEGOLAND is ready too! Starting April 1, LEGOLAND California is reopening some of its rides. Then starting April 15, 2021, you can enjoy a full reopening of the rest of the Resort’s rides. Keep reading and find out which rides are available to enjoy at LEGOLAND upon reopening!
Starting April 1, 2021, the following rides will be available for visitors at LEGOLAND California Theme park:
LEGO TECHNIC Coaster
Driving School, Jr. Driving School, Skipper School
Royal Joust, Fairy Tale Brook, LEGOLAND Express Train
Lost Kingdom Adventure, Cargo Ace
PLUS, Miniland U.S.A. and Outdoor Playgrounds (Hideaways + DUPLO Playtown)
AND select dining, retail, live entertainment and building activities!
Then Starting April 15, 2021, you can enjoy more rides such as LEGO CHIMA Water Park, SEA LIFE Aquarium, select dining, retail, and indoor attractions.
Build N Play days are still happening on these dates: March 19 - April 11, April 16 – 18, April 23 – 25, April 30 – May 2 from 10am - 4pm.
Find a perfect stay for your family near LEGOLAND!
To visit LEGOLAND in April, you must reserve your tickets in advance, or book a room at any of the LEGOLAND hotels to be able to get access to LEGOLAND. Hotel and Ticket Packages are available now, but ticket reservations are not yet available.
At LEGOLAND Hotel, you can enjoy interactive LEGO features throughout the hotel, a variety of LEGO themed rooms (Pirate, Kingdom, Adventure, LEGO NINJAGO or LEGO Friends), and nightly children's entertainment. Breakfast is included for all Hotel Guests at Bricks Family Restaurant. Room service, grab and go, and patio dining is also available at Skyline Café. Hotel guests can also access the pool.
At LEGOLAND Castle Hotel, you can enjoy a Castle themed room with your choice of Knights & Dragons, Royal Princess or Magic Wizard, LEGO Castle décor throughout, separate kids' area with LEGO building tables and scavenger hunt in every room. You can also enjoy an enhanced pool area with interactive water play features, and a play zone for kids including a DUPLO tot spot, slides, an outdoor stage and cinema with seating.
LEGOLAND will be limited to 15% capacity, and only California residents will be allowed to visit. Indoor dining is not allowed, and workers will be tested for COVID-19 weekly.
Among safety measures, you should expect cashless payments, social distancing practices, and face coverings for all visitors age 2 and up. Temperatures will also be taken at check-in. For the list of all safety measures that LEGOLAND is taking, click here.
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