LEGOLAND Florida Resort to reopen with measures in place.
As a result of measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus, LEGOLAND Florida Resort has been closed since March 15. Now, the theme park has come up with a plan to reopen, which has been agreed by Ron DeSantis, Winter Haven Mayor Bradley Dantzler and the Polk County Commission.
The attraction will reopen on June 1 at 50% capacity, with temperature checks for guests, no cash payments permitted and face masks for guests, which it will be compulsory to wear.
Those who have a temperature of have travelled internationally within 14 days will not be allowed entry to the park. Social distancing will be required throughout the resort, with markers in place to inform guests on the required distancing.
Some attractions, restaurants and experiences will remain closed during the initial opening, with an ‘enhanced cleaning regime’ in place for those that are open.
Both LEGOLAND Hotel and the new Pirate Island Hotel will open alongside the theme park itself.
Annual Pass Holders will be given additional months on the end of their pass to make up for the time that LEGOLAND has been closed.