The first LEGOLAND theme park to get THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD will be the LEGOLAND Florida Resort, opening next spring. Now, details about the new theme park area have been announced, revealing Emmet’s Triple Decker Flying Couch, Unikitty’s Disco Drop and the immersive Bricksburg.
In THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD, everything will be inspired by The LEGO Movie and The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, with three new attractions and other themed experiences. It will open shortly after the sequel to the 2014 original film is released in cinemas next February.
Here are the official details on the three new rides:
THE LEGO MOVIE Masters of Flight
Hop aboard Emmet’s Triple Decker Flying Couch! This flying theatre attraction whisks guests away on an action-packed adventure on a suspended ride with a full-dome virtual screen, giving the sensational feeling of flying alongside some familiar and some new faces like Sweet Mayhem, a character set to debut in the upcoming feature THE LEGO MOVIE 2: The Second Part. The one-of-a-kind experience is the first attraction at a major theme park in the United States that embeds a 180-degree turn in the ride experience.
Unikitty’s Disco Drop
Enter through the rainbow portal to join the fun with Unikitty and her many personalities. This ride swoops guests to the tiptop of Cloud Cuckoo Land, then drops, spins and bounces them back down to earth, creating a thrilling and fun experience.
Battle of Bricksburg
Calling all Master Builders! DUPLO aliens have invaded Bricksburg to come and play! Riders are challenged to stop DUPLO aliens from invading and stealing LEGO bricks by spraying water at targets.
The attractions will be located in Bricksburg, where visitors will find a character meet-and-greet area named Emmet’s Super Suite. Other experiences include the Taco Tuesday Everyday eatery and The Awesome Shop. A spaceship themed playground will be inspired by Benny and his marvellous creations.
“LEGOLAND Florida Resort is the only place in the world that you can experience the pure wonder and imagination inspired by THE LEGO MOVIE universe,” said General Manager Rex Jackson. “We’ve been hard at work, building brick-by-brick, to create state-of-the-art experiences that bring THE LEGO MOVIE to life.”