We opted to buy the Awesomer pass which is $149 that includes admission, parking, some Orlando attractions (Orlando eye, Madame Tussauds, and Sea life Aquarium), and some other benefits. There is a $99 annual pass but it doesn't include parking. http://www.legoland.com/florida/buy-tickets/admission-tickets/1-day/
When we got the park it was pretty obvious that is was packed. I even overheard an employee say they were over capacity for the day. The lines were an average of at least an hour wait many times more than that. We were able to do about 5 rides. Definitely looking forward to returning on a less busy day.
One of the many great things about Legoland is the range of rides and activities for all ages. The sheer amount of rides in the park is pretty impressive. There are tons of play areas throughout the park which really salvaged the day for the kids. There are shows, cypress gardens, and mini land ( built lego replicas of cities and attractions). There is also a water park but it was closed this day because of the colder weather.
Before I mentioned 1st injury the 2nd injury my cousin was getting into the boats with my boys in the boat and she fell in the boat and broke her arm. I feel horrible because she was taking care of the kids when it happened.
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