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Guide to Legoland Holiday Snow Days & Winter Nights

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Now is the best time of the year to plan a family visit to Legoland. Your family can experience all the fun at Legoland plus get in the holiday spirit with their interactive holiday snow days and winter nights happening now until January 4th. Before planning your day at Legoland, use this family guide to know exactly what to expect when visiting Legoland this holiday season.

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Snow Play
There is over 50 tons of real snow! Children can build a lego themed snowman, glide down a mini slide or participate in a controlled snowball fight. Children are asked to not toss snowballs at people and instead toss their snowballs at the provided (snowball) board. Recommendations: Children will only be allowed into the snow play area with closed toed shoes. I recommend bringing gloves to keep your kids fingers warm and extra sunscreen (the strong sun reflects off the bright white snow).

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Children can glide down a large 7-foot tall mountain of snow at the tubing area. Tubes are provided for children, and younger children may need parent assistance to walk the tubes up the ramp. Warning..your clothes might get a little wet, but the memories will last a lifetime. Tired of watching the kids have all the fun? Jump on a tube and join them. Parents are encouraged to join in on the fun.

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Ice Rink
New to Legoland this year is their all-new outdoor ice rink. The ice rink is located outside of the gates and offers family fun for everyone over the age of three years. The ice rink is not included with the price of admission.



There is a large stage located in Fun Town where the Jingle Jammers and LEGO Friends Live will have daily performances. Check the daily show times upon arrival to see the Big Test Holiday show and the Holiday Character Dance Party!



Photo Opportunities
There are multiple photo opportunities located throughout the park. Bring your camera to capture a family photo in front of the 30-foot tall Christmas tree that is made with more than 245,000 DUPLO bricks and adorned with more than 400 LEGO ornaments. There are also holiday themed characters waiting to greet your kids to capture that perfect holiday photo.


Holiday Fireworks
The sky above Legoland with light-up with a majestic fireworks show every night from December 26th through December 31st at 7pm. Legoland recommends viewing the fireworks at the Park’s Fun Town.

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Holiday Treats
The holiday food offerings include hot chocolate, warm spiced apple cider, churros, holiday cookies, Bratwurst, and Knockwurst baguettes, and buttery mash potatoes. Don’t miss roasting s’mores at one of the outdoor fire pits located at the ice rink.


Holiday Snow Days and Winter Nights are included with the price of admission to Legoland. The ice rink is available at an additional charge. Tickets prices are available online.

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 Dates and Hours
Legoland will have extended holiday hours on these dates: Nov. 28, 29, 30, Dec. 6, 13, 20 – 23 and 26 – 31. The park will be closed on December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, and 17th. The ice rink is open daily until January 4th.


Another great reason to visit Legoland this holiday season to take advantage of their buy a one-day admission to Legoland, and get a return ticket to be used between Jan. 5, 2015 and March 1, 2015. Make a weekend out of your stay at Legoland this year by booking a night at the fun Legoland Hotel. Have fun with your family creating special holiday memories this year at Legoland.


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