Passes For Legoland NY Are Available Now
Some people would stand in line barefoot over Lego pieces to be first in line. Do you want to be one of the first to check out Legoland New York? If so, you'd better hurry up and get some passes before they open up.
You're never too old to play with Lego. Right now, the closest we can get is the Lego store at the Danbury Fair. Soon, the Hudson Valley will have a haven for blocks of its own. The third Legoland location in Goshen is opening up in 2020 and you can already get your annual passes.
According to LegoLand.com, the 500-acre park will feature a 250 room hotel as well as an awesome Lego theme park.
As of April 5, you can buy an annual pass for $95. The purchase of the pass includes access to a pre-opening event, a commemorative pass and 12 months admission to the New York LEGOLAND park.
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