Along with the rest of the central Florida theme parks, Legoland has been closed due to COVID-19. When will the Winter Haven attraction reopen?
With protocols set up that match similarly to what the other theme parks are planning, Legoland plans to reopen to the public on June 1.
Legoland will limit guests to 50% of capacity. Guests will need have their temperature checked, with any guests (and their parties) refused admittance if ones shows higher than 100.4.
Masks will be encouraged, though not required. There will be complimentary masks available to guests.
Jackson told the commissioners the park will open to a maximum 50% capacity — about 6,000 people — and will highly recommend, although not require, that all guests wear a face mask. It will provide complimentary face masks for guests who don’t bring them.
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Some Florida businesses are reopening as the number of COVID-19 cases begin to go down. Many have limited hours and capacity so it’s a good idea to call ahead.