Legoland sent some updated information regarding tomorrow night’s community preview event.
On Thursday, July 8, 2010 Legoland Florida is hosting a community open house to meet with area residents about Central Florida’s newest theme park. This open house-style event is intended to acquaint local residents with Legoland Florida and how it will impact Central [...]
The Orlando Fun Spot locations don’t get a lot of respect even though they’re the area’s fourth largest attraction (when you add all the locations attendance together). That might change when the Kissimmee location adds a new coaster they just purchased from the former Cypress Gardens park.
Coaster preservationists, don’t get your hopes up. It’s [...]
It’s not exactly the floodgates opening, but Legoland Florida has posted three new jobs to their website recently. Two will play a large behind the scenes role in shaping the park, and the other a literal role.
One of the first jobs they posted was for a Landscape Manager, now they’re hiring additional landscapers. If [...]
Legoland Florida has been given the official OK from the Florida Governor’s office. Work can now begin on the 150 acre property.
There was some concern that the state would be concerned with preserving the historic Cypress Gardens botanical gardens. But I believe their concerns were assuaged with the Legoland President’s promise and the County’s [...]
It’s fairly basic right now, but the official website for Legoland Florida (http://www.legolandfloridaresort.com/) has launched. The ‘resort’ on the end of it signals the companies eventual plans to build a hotel on the Cypress Gardens property.
Right now the site consists of some press info, a link to a list of jobs they’re hiring for [...]