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Adult Guide for Legoland? by Scott2011-10-12 15:26:36

Scott

--Guest--
Just curious if it's worth a trip (coming from Sarasota) to visit the park without a child? Curious to check it out but don't want to drop 100 plus bucks if its limited to small children . Of course I am a kid at heart so alot of the attractions I will probably enjoy. Here is a list off the top of my head that I would enjoy. Please add more if you can think of any.

1. Miniland
2. The Gardens
3. The Dragon Coaster
4. Coastersaurus
5. Flight School
6. Technik coaster
7. The Sally dark ride
8. Shops and restaurants
9. Pirate ski show
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Scott2011-10-12 15:27:59

Scott

--Guest--
I forgot, I would probably enjoy the 4-D theater also.
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Greg2011-10-12 16:30:55

Greg
Winter Haven, Florida

Master Builder
1449 Posts
Here's pretty much everything an adult might like:

1. Island in the Sky
2. Granny's Apple Fries
3. Conservatory (when it opens.)
4. Fun Town Theatre
5. Miniland (you can easily drop a few hours at this!)
6. Technic Coaster
7. Aquazone Wave Racers (are a blast!)
8. Ski Show (even though it's kinda kiddie now.)
9. Botanical Gardens
10. Flight School
11. Boating School (I hear it's tough to steer, might be a good challenge!)
12. Coastersarus
13. Lost Kingdom Adventure
14. The Dragon Coaster
15. Merlin's Challenge (caterpillar ride.)
16. Shops are pretty much all Lego stuff (except the Garden Shop.) So if you ever liked Legos... You might also like their stock.
17. Food venues. The place outside the Ski Show is kind of a "health" food store (wraps, sandwiches, bottled water, etc.) The other places are burgers, hot dogs, chicken, ice cream etc.

Hey Scott, you should register so that you don't have to enter the code and you can also edit your posts.
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Ed2011-10-12 17:04:10

Ed
Merritt Island

Lego Star V
953 Posts
I have no gone to Legoland yet, but I think it has more than enough to keep an adult entertained for at least one visit - especially if you enjoy looking at LEGO models. Now it might not be something an adult would want to do more than once or more than once a year - but no doubt would be worth at least a "1st time". Now for children that is another story - probably once a week would be too little for them to want to go!
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by MSAP Fan2011-10-12 21:30:58

MSAP Fan
Norfolk, Virginia

Brickster
234 Posts
Technic Coaster looks pretty interesting. But I doubt I'll even go to Wild Adventures, let alone Legoland, within the next year. Of course, now I have Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Kings Dominion up here. It will kinda be a sad visit to BGW since it will be the first visit without the Big Bad Wolf at the park. I'm looking forward to Kings Dominion though, they have one of Starliner's sister coasters, the Rebel Yell, which is also an Allen Coaster.
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Chitown2011-10-13 00:35:24

Chitown
Sarasota, Fl.

Elemental
153 Posts
Hey Greg, I was already registered as Chitown. Been awhile since I posted here. Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it.
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Chitown2011-10-13 00:45:45

Chitown
Sarasota, Fl.

Elemental
153 Posts
Yeah, I was the one that found the Merlin legal documents. LOL
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Greg2011-10-13 11:14:37

Greg
Winter Haven, Florida

Master Builder
1449 Posts
Quote:
Hey Greg, I was already registered as Chitown. Been awhile since I posted here. Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it.
Awesome. Glad to have you back! Want me to convert your other posts to your account?
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Manngunn2011-10-13 21:36:14

Manngunn
Lake Wales

Silver Peg
21 Posts
To my surprise we have quite a few older people at the Build and Test that want to compete against each other.... It is a blast watching them build a car and then cheer for it! So give that a try too.
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Greg2011-10-13 23:50:09

Greg
Winter Haven, Florida

Master Builder
1449 Posts
5 best Legoland Florida rides (from an adult's perspective)
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Chitown2011-10-14 19:14:21

Chitown
Sarasota, Fl.

Elemental
153 Posts
Cool, definitely going to check the place out but will wait until the hype dies down. Low capacity rides + high admission + short operating hours = Going to wait.
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Chitown2011-10-14 19:16:12

Chitown
Sarasota, Fl.

Elemental
153 Posts
Quote:
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Hey Greg, I was already registered as Chitown. Been awhile since I posted here. Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it.
Awesome. Glad to have you back! Want me to convert your other posts to your account?


No biggie. Glad you have a world class park near you. I had the same thing when I lived in the Chicago area. I lived only a few miles from Six Flags Great America.
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Coasterjunkie2011-11-16 09:33:26

Coasterjunkie
Orlando, FL

Brickster
243 Posts
Quote:
Technic Coaster looks pretty interesting. But I doubt I'll even go to Wild Adventures, let alone Legoland, within the next year. Of course, now I have Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Kings Dominion up here. It will kinda be a sad visit to BGW since it will be the first visit without the Big Bad Wolf at the park. I'm looking forward to Kings Dominion though, they have one of Starliner's sister coasters, the Rebel Yell, which is also an Allen Coaster.


you should look at my YouTube channel as I have plenty of videos from my last trip to BGW and KD in 2010. I also have a onride of the BBW I shot using a older camera when I was there in 2006. My user name on YouTube is Woodencoasterfan.
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by B.G.2011-11-16 10:06:36

B.G.
Orlando, FL

Minilander
273 Posts
Quote:
Cool, definitely going to check the place out but will wait until the hype dies down. Low capacity rides + high admission + short operating hours = Going to wait.


You can go on a weekday. The park is nearly empty on weekdays already. Friday-Sunday are really busy.
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by lifeinthe8632011-12-24 16:21:55

lifeinthe863
Winter Haven

Duplo
6 Posts
We live in Legoland's host city, Winter Haven, and have already visited the park four times. We are both adults and our grandchildren live a distance away and haven't yet had a chance to visit. Adults will enjoy the brightness and freshness of Legoland, they will enjoy seeing the kids entranced with the lego projects and concentration as they try their hand at creating. Adults will definitely enjoy strolling through he park especially the restored gardens. The water show is great for adults. We never realized that there are so many adults that build with legos. We enjoy talking with other visitors. We have Florida resident passes to Disney and visit there often as well. It is a much more relaxing experience at Legoland Florida. You don't see as many children so overstimulated. We cannot wait to have our grandchildren visit. Legoland Florida is a place for adults too. We see many adults there. Sure would be great to see some articles in the media related to adult visits. I think this blog is bringing up some great ideas to include in such an article. Legoland Florida is not just for children. No way!
 
re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Greg2011-12-26 12:26:54

Greg
Winter Haven, Florida

Master Builder
1449 Posts
Quote:
Legoland Florida is not just for children. No way!

There are definitely things that adults would like. Heck, much of the pre-Kent CG is back or coming back. A few things missing but have been replaced with other attractions. The butterfly conservatory is coming back early next year... The botanical boat tour is supposed to return some day. But the Island, the Ski Show, the gardens, and the "town" are still there. So, I see Legoland as being Cypress Gardens on steroids.
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Coasterjunkie2011-12-31 21:18:26

Coasterjunkie
Orlando, FL

Brickster
243 Posts
Quote:
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Legoland Florida is not just for children. No way!

There are definitely things that adults would like. Heck, much of the pre-Kent CG is back or coming back. A few things missing but have been replaced with other attractions. The butterfly conservatory is coming back early next year... The botanical boat tour is supposed to return some day. But the Island, the Ski Show, the gardens, and the "town" are still there. So, I see Legoland as being Cypress Gardens on steroids.


That's a great way of looking at it Greg. I plan on making my first visit once those areas are open and the boats are making their way through the canals once again. Hopefully the boats will come back soon as I'd love to make a video of the gardens boat tour.
 
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re: Adult Guide for Legoland? by Ed2013-01-15 16:57:56

Ed
Merritt Island

Lego Star V
953 Posts
I don't recall LL ever stating that the canal boats would return or if they would ever open the closed sections of the historic gardens. Since they have not done it in over a year - you may have a very long wait. It appears the historic gardens themself and indeed any boat ride in them are a very low priority with Legoland - if they are a priority at all. I think the reality is that the number of guests, be they young or old, that are attracted to the historical gardens or an associated boat ride is just not worth the cost. I believe over the past year LL by their inaction has made that clear. Hope they prove me wrong.
 



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