Visit New York, Las Vegas and New Orleans at Legoland California Resort
If you think it’s impossible to see the New York skyline, the Las Vegas Strip and the famous Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans on the same day, think again! Legoland Hotel guests, Legoland California Annual Pass members, and some The Big Shop guests can do this – and they don’t have to fly.
While Lego lovers eagerly await Legoland California Resort to reopen in Carlsbad, Calif., the theme park built for kids offers a peek inside the gates. For a limited time, hotel guests, annual pass holders, and guests spending at least $ 25 in the park’s Lego store can visit parts of New York City, Las Vegas, and New Orleans from Miniland United States
“It has certainly been a difficult year,” says Kurt Stocks, General Manager of Legoland California Resort. “It’s nice to see clients, families and children come back to the resort and smile.”
Miniland New York
The mini version of the Big Apple was built from over two million Lego bricks and features a busy Central Park filled with skaters, swimmers and spectators, as well as New York mini sailing boats and skaters. rides in the famous horse-drawn attraction in Central Park. cars. In 2016, the One World Trade Center Lego model was added to the skyline, which took eight master model makers over 1,200 hours to build with more than 250,000 Lego bricks. Lego version of New York landmark stretches to record 25 feet – tallest Lego model in America
Miniland Las Vegas
The Miniland version of the famous Las Vegas strip built from over two million bricks features the Sphynx and Pyramid at Luxor Las Vegas, the skyscrapers of the New York New York Hotel and Casino, Excalibur Castle, the pirate ship of Treasure Island, the golden lion at the entrance to the MGM Grand, and the two well-known monuments of Paris Las Vegas: the hot air balloon panel and, of course, the Eiffel Tower. The Legoland California version of the strip also features actual sounds that were recorded in Las Vegas.
Miniland New Orleans
The Miniland version of New Orleans was actually built in Billund, Denmark. Here, brightly colored Mardi Gras tanks weave their way through the crowded streets of the French Quarter while alligators lurk in the bayous next to the pre-war mansions. On Halloween, New Orleans’ famous cemetery “comes to life” with dozens of zombies and skeletons escaping their graves.
Although the 8,467 “Minilanders” who reside in these three iconic cities do not wear face masks, all guests three years of age and older are required to wear masks when visiting Miniland USA in the heart of Legoland, California. Click on here for Legoland California’s mask policy.
Miniland USA is open to:
- All Legoland California hotel guests – Click here to book a stay.
- All Legoland California Pass holders – Click here to find out how to become a pass holder.
- Any customer who spends $ 25 or more at The Big Shop (each $ 25 purchase covers entry for up to 4 people) – Click here for more information.
Entry to Miniland USA is through The Big Shop. All customers will be required to present a valid hotel key, annual pass, or receipt showing a purchase of $ 25 or more on the same day.
The Big Shop is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, with free parking for all customers. For a limited time, shoppers can see an exclusive display of the three best Lego models from the hit Fox TV show, “Lego Masters” inside the store.