Legoland California Offering Special Holiday Fun

Across Southern California, the holiday season is in full effect. For those of you that are big Lego fans, the Legoland Resort will be offering some extra special holiday cheer to their park. From now until January 4, Holiday Snow Days and Winter Nights will be taking part, adding to the fun. There will even be something extra special going on during Kid’s New Year’s Eve.


During Holiday Snow Days, guests of Legoland will not only get to enjoy the theme park but will also have the chance to stay in the park for an extra two hours. With these extra hours, you and your family will get a chance to build a snowman using Legos, practice your aim by tossing around snowballs and even slide down some snowy slides. On top of that, you can end your night with hot chocolate! Holiday Snow Days will take part on the select following days; December 13, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.

Legoland will have a nightly Tree Lighting ceremony that will be daily at 5PM, all the way up until December 25. Special Holiday Fireworks will also be offered from December 26 – 30 at 7PM.

The fun doesn’t stop there. Ice skating will also be available. Here you can rent skates and ride the ice under the famous Legoland California sign. After that, stop by the hotel patio for a holiday treat.

Also, if you would like to celebrate the New Years in a fun and safe environment for the kids, Legoland will have just what you need. All day long on December 31, the park will be filled with much entertainment. Right from their website, entertainment options are as followed:

Holiday Stage in Fun Town:
11:30 Recess Monkey
12:00 The Pop-Ups
12:30 The Not-Its
1:00 Lucky Diaz & the Family Jam Band
1:30 Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players

Miniland Stage:
2:00 Recess Monkey
2:45 The Pop-Ups
3:30 The Not-Its
4:15 Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band
5:05 Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players
6:00 Brick Drop

If you would like to purchase tickets or would like more information, please visit the Legoland Resort Website by clicking here.

Have you spent the holidays at the Legoland Resort? Let me know what you think.


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