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A few days ago my family and I were invited to LEGOLAND® California to take a behind the scenes look at the new Surfers’ Cove opening Summer 2017. This was our first time at the park and it was amazing! There were play pools and water slides for kids of all ages, rides, a lazy river, and even a place to build with giant Legos. We had a blast! Below you will find pictures from our trip as well as information about the events coming this Summer. Enjoy!
LEGOLAND® Water Park Attractions:
The centerpiece of LEGOLAND Water Park is a 45-foot-tall tower designed to immerse children in the creative world of LEGO®. The four main slides originate with this tower.
Splash Zoo: An interactive area for toddlers featuring giant DUPLO Zoo animals – including a lion, a giraffe, and a zebra – plus interactive spray pads, fountains and a teeter totter, all geared specifically for guests ages 1 to 3
Orange Rush: A family tube slide where up to four people can ride together down a 312-foot-long curving track on an 11-foot in diameter half pipe
Twin Chasers: Two side-by-side enclosed red tube slides that stretch nearly 130 feet and pour into a wading area below
Splash Out: An open body slide that invites guests to slide 240 feet and “splash out” into the water below
Build-A-Raft River: A one-of-a-kind concept where kids customize their own raft made of soft LEGO bricks before floating down a lazy river
DUPLO® Splash Safari: A water play area designed especially for toddlers with three small slides and interactive DUPLO® characters modeled after the actual pieces found in LEGO sets: an alligator, polar bear and an elephant
Kid Creek: A lazy river within DUPLO® Splash Safari built with younger kids in mind
Joker Soaker: A fun interactive platform in the wade pool where kids can aim water cannons at each other as a LEGO jester model “tells” jokes while 350 gallons of water pour down upon them
Imagination Station: Interactive, educational and imaginative fun! There are two interactive tables where kids can build bridges, dams and cities out of DUPLO bricks and test them against the flow of water or control the flow of water by creating patterns out of LEGO elements. In another area, a musical water stand with a series of holes on top that squirt water allows kids to become conductors of their own water symphony as they cover holes creating new music notes.
COMING THIS SUMMER
LEGOLAND® Water Park Makes a Splash with Surfers’ Cove- Opening Summer 2017
Opening in time for summer 2017, Surfers’ Cove is a competitive water raceway designed for children to compete against each other by jumping on a mat and racing down one of six water slides in this California beach themed expansion of LEGOLAND Water Park. Surfers’ Cove includes a new “spray ground” with multiple water jets splashing on and off and plenty of new LEGO models to create a fun place to cool off next summer. Surfers’ Cove is included in the cost of admission to LEGOLAND® Water Park. For more information: 760-918-LEGO (5436) or www.LEGOLAND.com
Jedi Knights and Stormtroopers Return to LEGOLAND® California Resort on June 3 and 4 for LEGO® STAR WARS™ Days!
LEGO® Star Wars™ Days is back and ready to take on the land of LEGOLAND® California Resort on June 3 and 4, 2017 as Stormtroopers™, Jedi™ and even Darth Vader™ wander the many lands of the Park. Enjoy the thrill of the galaxy with awesome activities such as the LEGO Star Wars™ Family Build Challenge, LEGO Star Wars™ Miniland Scavenger Hunt, Jedi™ Trivia, costume contests and much more! LEGO Star Wars™ Days is included with regular Park admission: Kids 3–12 $89; Adults $95. Parking $15. For information: (760) 918-LEGO (5436) or www.LEGOLAND.com.
The Night Sky Lights up LEGOLAND® California Resort with Red, White and Boom on July 4!
LEGOLAND® California Resort celebrates Independence Day with a star-spangled Fourth of July celebration, Red, White and Boom! Throughout the day, kids of all ages can participate in all-American family picnic games like tossing water-balloons, burlap sack races, patriotic costume contests and building activities. The fireworks show begins at 8:30 p.m. and combines patriotic music with dazzling pyrotechnics. Red White and Boom! is included in the cost of regular Park admission: Kids 3–12 $89; Adults $95. Parking $15. For information: (760) 918-LEGO (5436) or www.LEGOLAND.com.