Legoland Florida: How to get there, what to do, where to stay


GETTING THERE

US Airways offers nonstop flights from Reagan National to Orlando, with fares starting at about $195 round trip. Legoland Florida is about 50 miles from Orlando International Airport.

WHERE TO STAY

Nickelodeon Suites Resort
14500 Continental Gateway, Orlando
877-642-5111
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Theme park-like hotel, with water park, character breakfasts, etc. Rooms from $169.

Best Western Park View Hotel
5651 Cypress Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven
863-324-5950
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Hotel overlooking Legoland Florida. Rooms from $80.

WHERE TO EAT

Cap’n Brickbeard’s Burgers

Located in the Pirate’s Cove section of Legoland Florida. Beef and chicken burgers. Kids’ meals (including french fries, milk or water and piece of fruit) are $5.49.

Market Restaurant

Nicest eatery in the park. Most varied menu, too, with salads, soups, roasted veggies, Asian fusion fare, pastries and other desserts. Pad Thai is $8.99; orange peel chicken $7.99.

WHAT TO DO

Legoland Florida

1 Legoland Way, Winter Haven

877-350-5346

florida.legoland.com

A single-day ticket is $75 or $65 for ages 3-12 and 60 and older, plus tax. Annual passes are $129 or $99 for ages 3-12 and 60-plus. Parking is $12. Check Web site for hours of operation, which vary by day and month.