Daytona Lagoon is partnering with four local radio stations to host the Inaugural Kraken’s Revenge Slide Challenge on Saturday, May 15.
This week Aquatica Orlando became the first water park to become a Certified Autism Center (CAC) as distinguished by International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES).
Volcano Bay will be opening this spring, and Universal Orlando has revealed the story behind its new immersive water theme park.
The park’s new Pick-A-Date variable pricing program offers $15 off each admission ticket, when bought eight or more days in advance of the visit. This can bring admission to as low as $64 per adult and $54 for children/seniors. Guests who purchase within two to seven days of the visit can still save $10 off each ticket.
These savings are valid on both one and two-day park visits.
If a visit date is not selected, standard daily park admission will apply. This runs from $79 for a one-day, one-park ticket for adults to $106 for a two-day, two-park adult ticket, that includes admission to LEGOLAND Water Park.
For more information on LEGOLAND Florida, or to take advantage of the Pick-A-Date discounts, visit legoland.com.
This pass has no black-out dates and includes admission to the water park, free parking, and special events such as Halloween’s Brick-or-Treat.
The pass also offers discounts on dining and retail, as well as unlimited admission to other Merlin US attractions, such as LEGOLAND California Resort & Water Park, LEGOLAND Discovery Centers, Sea Life Centers and Madame Tussauds.
For more information on LEGOLAND Florida, or to purchase a Florida resident annual pass, visit legoland.com.