Legoland in Central Florida??

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It's opening this weekend:

http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/14/travel/florida-legoland-opening/index.html?hpt=hp_c2

One-day tickets are $74 for ages 13+, and $64 for ages 3-13

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I want to visit Miniland USA.

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JeffC wrote:
It's opening this weekend:

http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/14/travel/florida-legoland-opening/index.html?hpt=hp_c2

One-day tickets are $74 for ages 13+, and $64 for ages 3-13


Is it just me? Or are those prices insane?

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I think they're a bit insane (and they're actual $75 and $65 - I fat-fingered them when I typed them Tongue) - but I'm also not much of a Lego enthusiast.

Wonder where this idea came from:

LEGO(r) TECHNIC(tm)

Rides & Attractions:

Test Track "Brave guests feel the power of acceleration, braking and maneuverability as they race a life-size LEGO TECHNIC vehicle along a wild roller coaster track.

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JeffC wrote:
I think they're a bit insane (and they're actual $75 and $65 - I fat-fingered them when I typed them Tongue) - but I'm also not much of a Lego enthusiast.

Wonder where this idea came from:

LEGO(r) TECHNIC(tm)

Rides & Attractions:

Test Track "Brave guests feel the power of acceleration, braking and maneuverability as they race a life-size LEGO TECHNIC vehicle along a wild roller coaster track.

When I saw that my first thought was "that sounds familiar".

I thought the prices were a bit much. If you took at the annual passes, you only need to go twice and they're paid for.

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Teachers get free annual passes so Mike and I will go and check it out sometime and report back. We lived in Lake Wales, which is 10 mins from there, and had annual passes to Cypress Gardens a long time ago. Supposedly they kept part of the gardens, and of course the famous water ski show. I'm interested in seeing what it's like. Cypress Gardens was beautiful but got a little boring, we went all the time. I heard it was packed last weekend, there's a lot of buzz about it here in Tampa.

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