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hey there all, anybody actually been here? Comments? Was it worth the price of admission? I have a 9 and 7 yr old, thanks in advance...Chris
 

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Have been to the one in CA and if they are into Lego, then they will love it. Nice park and geared towards kids 11 or 12 and younger. Well worth the price, might check around and see if there are and discounted tickets. Our daughter was a member of Costco and the had some good deals a couple of years ago when we took our two Grandsons.
 
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Sounds like the ideal ages if the Florida Legoland is like the California one.
 

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Co worker just went. He said his 10 year old loved it.

He thought it was pretty neat and liked it but ...

I mentioned I might go this weekend and he shook his head. Unless you have kids he didn't think it was worth the $70 or so they are asking for admission.
 

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Having grown up at Cypress Gardens and worked for Ski Show and E-Boats I'd like Lego Land to be successful. Unless there is an Alumni gathering I doubt I'll go. Price is too high for me.
 

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Legoland CA is a nice park

We went to Legoland CA this past summer. I think your kids are in the target age range for this park. My youngest son is 11 and is a big time Lego fan so Legoland was a big hit. My older sons (19 and 16) enjoyed it but the rides were a bit mild for them. The park is well designed and run so DW and I enjoyed it as well. The admission price is a bit steep but we found some discounts that we could use. One of those was an on-line KFC promotion for a free child's ticket with an adult ticket purchase. I suspect a little on-line searching will turn up other discounts as well.
 

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Just went today. It is definitely catered for kids under 10.

My son is 16 and he is a lego lover and he was disappointed at how little lego stations there were.

He did like mini lego land and I enjoyed Cypress Gardens.

The rides are more for 6 to 10 years old..due to height restriction.

Yes, it is definitely expensive.

I had a VIP lego card and got in for free and we bought 2 tickets at the local publix ($60 plus tax) instead of $75. Parking was $12.

Total that we spent was $140 and we stayed for approximately 3 hours.

It is definitely not a place for kids over 10. The rides are definitely built for younger adults with smaller seats.

We ended going to Downtown Disney and he had more fun at the Lego store there.

Peggy
 

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Went to the one in England and the kids loved it (were 7 and 10 then) but much older and they probably wouldn't have- geared to the younger set. The rides were mostly for smaller kids and the lines were very very long.

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