May ‘The Force’ Be With Legoland Florida

Legoland Florida has announced plans for its new LEGO Star Wars Miniland Cluster. Opening is planned for November.

After all sorts of speculation, Legoland Florida has announced that its newest attraction will be LEGO(R) Star Wars(TM) Miniland Cluster.

Included will be a scene from each of the six live-action Star Wars movies along with a scene from the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TM). They will be created from more than 1-1/2 million LEGO bricks and and built in 1:20 scale for a total of 200 models, some more than 6 feet tall. Guests will follow a chronological path through the Star Wars timeline, tracing its major events. Kids will be able to activate the animations by pushing an interactive button.

General manager Adrian Jones in the company’s press release says the new attraction will open this November.

“Today, less than a year after our grand opening and only three months after opening the all-new water park, we are thrilled to announce yet another expansion this November. This new LEGO Star Wars Miniland Cluster will add to our 150-acre family theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and interactive attractions.”

The Miniland Cluster experience will be included with admission to the park. Officials say the best value for seeing Legoland is with the Premium Pass, which allows pass holders to receive unlimited access for a year and seasonal admission to the new Legoland Water Park with no black-out dates. Free parking and discounts on food and merchandise are also part of the package. Click here for more information.


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