If you haven’t been to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort recently, you’re in for a real treat the next time you visit. On January 12, 2017 LEGO® NINJAGO® World opened at the LEGOLAND theme park – complete with LEGO NINJAGO The Ride and lots of fun interactive experiences for kids. My family had the opportunity to visit LEGOLAND FLORIDA the weekend after LEGO NINJAGO World opened, and we had an absolute blast. Complimentary tickets were provided. Check out some of our fun:
LEGO NINJAGO World is a place where all kids can become a ninja.
An immersive land filled with lots of fun hands-on, outdoor activities where kids can train and practice their ninja skills before the ultimate showdown on LEGO NINJAGO The Ride. Training areas include a rock-climbing wall and a station where guests can test their reflexes.
Just before you enter LEGO NINJAGO The Ride, the courtyard includes a character meet-and-greet with Ninjago characters. My 8 year old was so excited to meet Nya in person.
Inspired by the popular LEGO building sets and the “LEGO NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu” TV show, LEGO NINJAGO World puts guests at the center of the action in lots of fun ways:
Zane’s Temple Build – A LEGO building experience where kids can contribute to a giant model of the mountaintop NINJAGO monastery with bins of loose LEGO bricks.
Kai’s Spinners – Master the ancient art of Spinjitzu at these twirling, whirling, single-child platforms; recommended for ages 5-12.
Cole’s Rock Climb – A horizontal, right-to-left climbing wall to test kids’ strength and endurance; recommended for ages 2-12.
Jay’s Lightning Drill – Practice precision and reflexes by pressing as many light-up targets as possible in 30-second sessions; recommended for ages 2-12.
LEGO NINJAGO The Ride – A state-of-the-art “dark ride” where guests score points using ninja hand moves to blast animated fireballs, lightning and more at waves of 3D villains.
The ride blends 3D computer animation, “4D” special effects such as heat, fog and strobe lighting, and groundbreaking interactive technology never seen outside a LEGOLAND theme park. Maestro hand-gesture technology enables guests to control the game with their hands — and without the need for a hand-held device.
Are your kids old enough to ride? Children under 48 inches tall must ride with a responsible person 48 inches or taller who can ensure their safety. Both your younger and older kids are going to have fun on LEGO NINJAGO The Ride.
There’s nothing worse than having your hot, sweaty children bored out of their minds, while standing in the line for a ride. I’ll let you in on a little secret. LEGOLAND Florida thought of everything when designing this ride. Not only will you wait in line in an air-conditioned building, but there are fun LEGO activities to keep your kids busy while you wait.
LEGO® NINJAGO® World is just one of many reasons I love living in Central Florida, and a reason for you to plan a visit to LEGOLAND Florida Resort.