Legoland New York Tickets
LEGOLAND New York is scheduled to open in 2021.
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Make your way to LEGOLAND New York, the world’s largest LEGOLAND park!
Check out the seven themed lands, perfect for Lego fans.
At Bricktopia, wannabe Master Builders can build creations, and test them up against a table that simulates an earthquake.
LEGO Ninjago World allows kids to enroll in a ninja training camp and become a master of the elements.
Knights’ Kingdom will include a gigantic LEGO castle and a dragon-themed roller coaster.
LEGO City is great for kids who want to learn to be firefighters or join the Coast Guard.
You can also play pirate and climb around on a ship and play with water at LEGO Pirate.
Explore Miniland, a feature of every LEGOLAND, and see how entire cities, landmarks, and other attractions are recreated in miniature form, entirely out of LEGO bricks.
1-day pass to LEGOLAND New York Park
Access to 7 LEGO-themed lands filled with rides, shows, and attractions
Valid for 1 year from the date of park opening
12 months unlimited admission to LEGOLAND New York
Admission to all Merlin North America attractions for 12 months
Discounts on dining, shopping, and more
LEGOLAND New York e-News (offers, previews, and more)
Note: The Annual Pass has to be activated within 3 months of LEGOLAND New York's opening in 2021, and it is valid for 12 months from the date of your first visit
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What is LEGOLAND New York?
LEGOLAND New York is a theme park in Goshen, New York, based on the Lego toy brand. It is currently under construction and is expected to open during early 2021 at a cost of $350 million. Once it opens, it will become the ninth Legoland park, and the third located in the United States, following LEGOLAND California (1999), and LEGOLAND Florida (2011). The park is owned by Merlin Entertainment and will include seven themed areas commonly found at existing Legoland parks. There will be 50 attractions and over 30 million Lego bricks in the park, which in turn will cover over 150 acres and will be the world's largest LEGOLAND park upon opening!
Why Visit LEGOLAND New York?
Explore the seven themed lands here and run, climb, splash, and most importantly build your way through at the ultimate LEGO theme park destination!
There’s no hard and fast rule that a carousel has to have horses. Fire up your imagination and grab a motorcycle, mount a cycle, or hop on a giraffe for a fun ride! Ideal for anyone aged 14 years or older.
Unhindered by any rules, this is the place where you can build anything you want. Build a robot that obeys commands, a car that you can race or board the DUPLO® Express. The latter includes a wacky fountain adorned with musical instruments that are made from LEGO bricks. Simply jump to trigger the instruments and create a fun tune! At DJ's Dizzy Disco Spin, the Minifigure DJ plays everyone’s favorite tracks, and disco lights add color and shine. If you’re curious about what it must feel like to be the minifigure mentioned above, take the LEGO Factory Adventure Ride. You’ll be magically shrunk to miniature size and be right in the action of LEGO bricks being created.
LEGO NINJAGO World
As the name suggests, this themed zone has plenty in store for aspiring ninjas! Head to the Ninja Training Camp and hone your skills by trying the Spinners, the Climbing Wall, and Reatrix. For some real(ish) ninja training, enter Jay’s Gravity Force Trainer. You will learn to take on high speeds and G Forces - almost as if you are whirling inside a Spinjitsu vortex. If you’re looking for a real quest to take on, try LEGO NINJAGO® The Ride. Enter the Monastery and learn to power the elements under the guidance of Master Wu. Practice on a series of illusions - until the Great Devourer breaks through. Then it is upon you to save the World of Ninjago!
Hear ye, hear ye! A fairytale adventure awaits you at LEGO Castle. Hop on Merlin’s Flying Machines and see how high the Wizard’s magical machines will let you fly. Channel your inner Bran Stark (before he fell from the tower, that is) and join the Tower Climb Tournament to hoist yourself to the top - don’t forget to aim at as many targets as you can along the way! You could also enter the Builder’s Guild and help construct the castle. There are also a couple of dragon-related adventures, because why not? The castle has just witnessed a flock of baby dragons that have hatched, and it is up to you to train them and teach them how to fly with a rider. Another adventure we can’t wait to try out is The Dragon, where you help the King and Queen chase the red wizard and his red dragon out of the castle, and reclaim the good wizard’s staff!
Kids aged 3-5 years will love Junior Driving School. They’ll even have a LEGOLAND Driving License at the end of the experience! Children aged 6-13 years can drive in the City Park for their license. If you have a heroic bent, join the Fire Academy and learn how to power a LEGO fire engine, or try out at the Coast Guard Academy, where you can patrol the Wharf with a battery-powered boat and help save people when they need your help! After all this running around, make sure to check out the Palace Cinema - take a seat at this select screening and catch the latest blockbuster in amazing 4D from LEGO City Studios!
Avast ye! Prepare yourself for the high seas and climb aboard a gear-spun Galleon. Or set sail on a racing barrel and look out for hungry beasts, water spouts, and other dangers lurking in the waters. There’s also a Splash Battle which is every bit as fun as it sounds. Stand guard behind your own water cannon and take your best watery shot at spectators and other riders!
Take your mini-you and see a whole country in a day at MINILAND! See about 10 destinations with beautiful scenery and city skylines from coast to coast – all built out of LEGO bricks!
Restaurants at LEGOLAND New York
In the middle of all the fun, you might work up an appetite. Fortunately, LEGOLAND New York Resort has something delicious for everyone. Whether you want to dine in or grab-and-go, there are plenty of choices from burgers, pizza, barbecue, and snacks, to desserts like Granny’s Apple Fries, ice cream, and other sweet treats. Here are the restaurants in the theme park according to the zone they are located in:
Brick Street: Brick Street Café is perfect for a New York bagel, a sweet pastry, or another scrumptious snack.
LEGO City: At City Snacks, stop by for popcorn, New York pretzels, or Korean BBQ street tacos. Or stop by Brickolini’s for a buffet of delicious Italian dishes. A LEGOLAND original is Granny’s Apple Fries - crisp seasonal New York apples dusted with cinnamon and sugar, served with a vanilla cream dipping sauce.
LEGO Pirates: Picky pirates can swing by Brickbeard’s Food Market for yummy entrees to get you ready for yer next treasure hunt, or stop by the Snack Shack for popcorn, hotdogs, New York Style pretzels, and more!
LEGO Castle: Indulge in a feast of burgers, chicken sandwiches, and other delicious delicacies fit for royalty at Royal Feast. Or cool off with a magical cold treat at the Wizard's Frozen Wonders.
Bricktopia: Smokey the Dragon is firing up the grill, so grab a seat and sink your teeth into a delicious American-style barbecue!
LEGO Ninjaworld: Take some time off from your ninja training to taste a variety of Asian cuisines.
Other restaurants: Look for the food carts that are sporadically placed around and dig into turkey legs, Mac & Cheese stuffed grilled cheese, ice cream, and more. At the cinema, munch on popcorn, nachos, a “Coney Dog”, and more as you enjoy the performance!
The best part about LEGOLAND is the new LEGO-themed hotel! There are 250 rooms specially designed for families, with themed play areas everywhere you look – with everything being just a few steps away from the Park! Kids will love that there is a separate sleeping area for them in every one of the 250 themed rooms. There are four themes as of now - Pirate, Kingdom, LEGO Friends or LEGO NINJAGO®. There is also a heated resort-style pool.
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How to Get to Legoland New York?
- Location: 420 Harriman Dr, Goshen, NY 10924, United States.
Get Directions to Legoland New York Resort
Short Line/Coach USA will be providing direct bus service from Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City to LEGOLAND New York Resort. Watch for more details as we get closer to the Grand Opening!
COVID-19 Safety Measures
Wear a mask at all times.
Temperature checks will be taken at the entrance.
Wash or sanitize your hands frequently during your visit.
Maintain a good distance between yourself and others.
How Much Will Legoland New York Tickets Cost?
A one-day admission ticket costs $71.99 for adults, and $62.99 for children aged 3-12 years. It includes access to 7 LEGO themed lands filled with rides, shows and attractions.
The annual pass costs $229.99, whereas the one-day parking pass costs $20.
Things to Do Near Legoland New York
Noah’s Park Retreat
Visit Noah’s Park Retreat, an educational center where you can enjoy one-on-one interactions with small, exotic animals as well as farm animals. They offer guided tours, where you will be able to pet animals such as a fennec fox and baby marmoset moneys among others.
Harness Racing Museum & Hall Of Fame
The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is a museum that collects and preserves the history of harness racing. It serves as a hall of fame for The American Standardbred horse. The museum opened in 1951, during Goshen's Hambletonian Stake era.
Goshen Historic Track Inc.
The Goshen Historic Track Inc is a half-mile harness racing track that was opened in 1838 and has been in operation ever since. It is the oldest continuously operated horse racing track in North America. Informal horse races had been held along neighboring Main Street since the 1750s. Regular events were held at the track until the late 1970s. Today the track operates every summer in June, only on Sundays. This is followed by a series of races between June 30 and July 4. It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1966.
*Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park
Take your kid’s birthday party to the next level by visiting Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park. Find here Go-Karts, Sky Rider, Virtual Reality, Warrior Obstacle Course, Wipe Out, and other such adventure activities.