Feel an intense full-body rush next Spring- San Diego County LEGOLAND opens the new Dino Valley land

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Exciting news for LEGOLAND fans! The theme park in San Diego County has announced its 25th Brick Day celebration, which will take place in 2024 and include brand-new attractions. The park is introducing a new land called Dino Valley, which promises prehistoric fun and dino-sized adventures for visitors of all ages.

Dino Valley, scheduled to open this Spring, will feature two thrilling rides: the DUPLO Little Dino Trail, perfect for younger children, and the Explorer River Quest, an exciting water ride with unexpected twists and turns. In addition to the rides, Dino Valley will offer an interactive dino build area, a play zone, and character meet and greet sessions, allowing visitors to have an immersive experience with the prehistoric creatures.

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But that is not all! LEGOLAND has also announced the inauguration of North America's first-ever LEGO World Parade, which will premiere in the park. The parade will feature intricately designed floats, such as the LEGO City Firetruck and a swashbuckling pirate ship, creating an enchanting experience for the audience.

To make planning more efficient for visitors, the park has several booking options available for the 2024 Brick Day celebration. With so much to see and do, LEGOLAND in San Diego County is definitely the place to be this year!

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Vacation Packages

If you're planning a family vacation, you can choose between two packages that cater to your needs. The Holidays Package includes an overnight hotel stay, LEGOLAND California Hopper Tickets, exclusive early access to the theme park, and admission to the Holidays at LEGOLAND. It's perfect for families who want to enjoy LEGOLAND's holiday festivities and attractions.

Alternatively, the Stay & Play package is more affordable, including an overnight hotel stay, LEGOLAND California Hopper Tickets, and early access to the theme park. However, it does not provide admission to Holidays at LEGOLAND. This package is ideal for families who want to experience LEGOLAND's rides and attractions without the added holiday festivities.

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Regular Day Tickets

Regular-day tickets are available if you wish to spend just one day at the park. These 1-day tickets include admission to the LEGOLAND Theme Park, the SEA LIFE aquarium, or both. If you want to experience all three attractions, you can choose the 1-day Resort Hopper ticket, which includes access to the LEGOLAND Theme Park, Water Park, and SEA LIFE.

If you plan to stay longer, there are also 2-day tickets available. The 2-day LEGOLAND ticket provides access to the LEGOLAND Theme Park for two consecutive days. The 2-day SEA LIFE Hopper ticket includes admission to both the LEGOLAND Theme Park and SEA LIFE aquarium for two straight days. The 2-day Resort Hopper ticket offers access to all three attractions for two consecutive days.

Annual Passes

LEGO enthusiasts may want to consider purchasing an annual pass to the theme park. These passes grant admission for 12 months, but some blackout dates may apply depending on the pass level. Four levels of annual passes are available: Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Elite.

Each level offers unique benefits, with higher tiers providing more perks. For instance, Elite Annual Passholders enjoy no blackout dates, allowing them to visit the park any day they choose. So, if you plan to visit the park frequently, investing in an annual pass can help you save money and enjoy additional benefits.

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