Even Seniors Can Enjoy Legoland

Lest you think Legoland Florida is for tots only, think again.

Capitalizing on the generation that adored Cypress Gardens, Legoland Florida is offering an annual pass for any guest age 60 or older. The Senior Garden Pass will allow access to all of Legoland Florida for $60, which includes parking and access to the park Monday through Friday for an entire year.

The Senior Garden Pass is now available online and can be purchased at the gate once the theme park opens on Oct. 15.

Legolands Florida has take great care to preserve the historic gardens established on the grounds of its Cypress Islands predecessor more than 75 years ago. The site has been restored and the collection of native plants, including azaleas and camellias, have been reclaimed and combined with various exotic species. The Banyan tree planted as a seedling in 1939 still stands in the garden.

“At Legoland Florida, we are incredibly proud of our heritage and especially the beautiful garden,” said Kim Isemann, director of sales and marketing. “This specialty pass was designed to allow seniors the experience they’ve told us they wanted — access to the botanical gardens.”

That should give some sense of relief to a grandparent totting a 5-year-old.

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