After over a year since the LEGOLAND California Resort was forced to close its attractions, the theme park may soon be allowed to open its gates once again.
The California State has announced changes to its Coronavirus restrictions, which include a date for the reopening of theme parks, and it’s not that far away.
California theme park fans may be able to return to the LEGOLAND Resort as soon as April 1 10 news are reporting. If the county can reach the red tier by this date, the park will be allowed to open once again, but under a new set of health and safety guidelines and restrictions.
LEGOLAND California Resort will be subject to just 15% of its usual capacity to ensure safe social distancing and other measures. However, both indoor and outdoor attractions will be able to be ridden once more.
Like all the parks in the state under these guidelines, LEGOLAND will only be allowing guests who have purchased a ticket online to enter, and only if they are California residents.
LEGOLAND California Resort President Kurt Stocks reportedly stated that on the day, should the tier allow, their attractions will indeed open along with both hotels. We’re awaiting official confirmation from the theme park itself but it sounds like if you’re in California, the resort will be welcoming you back soon.