Palm Beach Mom Collective Travels: LEGOLAND Florida


It is Spring break, and last weekend we drove from Palm Beach County to central Florida, to visit LEGOLAND Florida!

The park is implementing safety measures including temperature checks for all guests on arrival, mask requirements for adults and children over age two, and increased personal space. A couple of concessions and attractions where social distancing would not be possible were closed, and you can check the website or app before you go to see what is open when you visit.

My kids love LEGO, and they are at awesome ages to enjoy the park. When we arrived, there is a place to measure kids’ height, and my 7-year old was thrilled he had reached the second-highest height mark, meaning he could go on the roller coasters. We rode Dinocoaster together and he loved it.

LEGOLAND staff were friendly and helpful, and the other guests were considerate and mindful of social distancing and mask requirements.

When the park opened, we hopped on to a couple of our favorite rides that we knew might have a longer wait later in the day, like Ninjago and the roller coasters. The park is also using a “virtual queue” for certain rides where social distancing would not be possible, including Boating School. You simply download the LEGOLAND app, check in to the line, and when it is your turn, you get in line. It was a breeze! Watching our kids navigate the LEGO-inspired boats was fun and fun to watch.

We had a wonderful time at LEGOLAND Florida! It is a perfect family-friendly theme park to visit for the day or longer, and we can’t wait to go back!

Thank you LEGOLAND Florida for the opportunity to do a media trip! We had a wonderful time!