LEGOLAND® New York Resort
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Only 27 minutes away from the #MoutainLife house. Though preview tickets were available starting in May, park developers Merlin Entertainments announced that LEGOLAND New York was officially open on July 9, 2021. Rides and attractions are geared towards kids ages 2–12 — and their caregivers, since most attractions are designed for families to ride together: You'll enter through the Brick Street. Be prepared to stop and take selfies under the iconic LEGOLAND arch, with lots of hilarious minifigs dressed in different outfits and with a few stand-out LEGO sculptures. The Big Store is also here — you're going to want to stop there on your way out. (Bring re-usable shopping bags.) Bricktopia is the land where wannabe Master Builders can unleash their creativity. There are places where kids can build structures and test their sturdiness on a shaking earthquake plate, or make race cars and see if they'll survive a high-speed drag race down a massive hill. Kids can also sign up to take part in guided builds with adult builders (an in-costume pirate, for example, might lead kids through making a pirate ship). But the standout here is the LEGO Factory Adventure Ride, a trackless attraction where riders are shrunk down to the size of a minifig. If you make a pose for a photo, your minifig poses just like you! LEGO Ninjago World gives kids a chance to be aspiring ninjas — they can go through a ninja training camp, where they'll run around, twirl and climb on an interactive playground. Once they've trained, they can do LEGO Ninjago: The Ride, where they put their moves to the test trying to defeat bad guys and earn points. Riders' hand motions actually turn into in-ride Ninja powers. The LEGO Castle area has two dragon-themed roller coasters, depending on your appetite for thrills. There's also a Tower Climb Tournament ride, where you really have to pull on a rope to raise your chair high into the air. When you let go of the rope, you'll slowly float back down to the ground. LEGO City is where kids can earn their LEGO driver's license, driving real LEGO cars and steering on their own. Kids can also learn to become heroes training to be firefighters, police or members of the Coast Guard. In LEGO Pirate land, prepare to get wet! One ride lets boats squirt passers-by with water cannons. (But don't worry, landlubbers get a few cannons of their own.) There's a pirate ship to explore. And finally, Miniland, which is a feature of every LEGOLAND, re-creates cities, landmarks and other attractions re-built in miniature entirely out of LEGO bricks. Many have interactive elements, like you can turn a crank the spins the Central Park carousel.
Only 27 minutes away from the #MoutainLife house. Though preview tickets were available starting in May, park developers Merlin Entertainments announced that LEGOLAND New York was officially open on July 9, 2021. Rides and attractions are geared towards kids ages 2–12 — and their caregivers, since m…