LEGOLAND New York Theme Park opens to the public on Friday (see photos)
The new LEGOLAND New York Resort will finally be fully open to the public this week.
The LEGO Theme Park, located in the town of Goshen, Orange County, first opened in May with Brick Street, Bricktopia, LEGO City, LEGO Castle, LEGO NINJAGO World and Miniland. The seventh and final section, LEGO Pirates, featuring water-filled adventures, will open on Friday, July 9.
Attractions and rides include the Dragon roller coaster, a DUPLO Express train, Merlin’s flying machines, LEGO Ninjago The Ride, DJ’s Dizzy Disco Spin, a Tower Climb tournament, and a variety of creative brick-building challenges. Guests can also bring their own LEGO minifigures to the minifigure trading posts.
With the addition of the LEGO Pirates-themed land, LEGOLAND New York will now be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated tickets or advance reservations are required through legoland.com; day passes start at $ 69.99 and annual passes are available for $ 229.99.
Park passes are digital and LEGOLAND NY is a cashless resort so no physical passes will need to be carried and all monetary transactions will be by credit / debit card or other contactless payment options.
LEGOLAND New York is the third largest LEGOLAND resort, after locations in California and Florida. A LEGOLAND Hotel, the first and only LEGO themed hotel in the Northeast, is scheduled to open on August 6.