UPDATE: We’ve been so psyched about LEGOLAND New York Resort’s impending opening but due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus, the proposed July 4, 2020 opening has been moved back until 2021. If you’ve already purchased your annual passes, or single day tickets then they will still be valid in 2021 when the park opens.
Sixty miles north of Manhattan, the Goshen hub released video footage of what visitors can expect to see at the park. The 150-acre theme park boasts more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, plus seven different themed lands.
Kids ages 2-12 can go wild on roller coasters, be wowed by massive LEGO constructions, take part in hands-on interactive activities and more. Explore The Factory to feel like a LEGO minifigure, build your heart out at Bricktopia and show off your Spinjitzu moves at the NINJAGO Training Center. The park will be open seasonally from spring to fall, while the on-site hotel will be open year-round.
If they love thrill rides, they can ride them all in Knight’s Kingdom. Most attractions are pink knuckle rides (as opposed to the white knuckle drops on monster coasters like Kingda Ka), so they’re perfect for first time riders or parents who prefer not to be launched out of a rocket at 80 mph.