LEGOLAND Florida Resort closure extended

LEGOLAND Florida Resort will remain closed until April 14 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier this month, LEGOLAND Florida Resort announced that the theme park would close to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Here is the official announcement:

As the safety of our guests, their families and our employees remains our highest priority, we will be extending the closure of LEGOLAND® Florida Resort’s Theme Park and Water Park through April 14.

LEGOLAND Hotel will continue to operate at a low-occupancy level, within government guidelines, and we continue to give special care to room assignments and dining options to ensure reasonable separation of families.

As a result of this update, our new Pirate Island Hotel will open on May 15 and new opening dates for the new water sports stunt show and PirateFest Weekends will be announced soon.

The hotels remain open at the theme park, although anyone with reservations or tickets can find information at the official LEGOLAND website, which explains what the options are for exchanges and refunds. The Pirate Island Hotel opening has been pushed back to May 15.

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