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Legoland offers free passes for Florida preschoolers in 2020

Tickets are available for the next month to get your 3- and 4-year-olds into the theme park for free.
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This year, your preschooler can experience Legoland for free!

The theme park’s Preschooler Pass lets any 3- and 4-year-old children who are Florida residents into the park for free for one year. The passes are available until Feb. 3 and you can only get them at the admission ticket window.

The Preschooler Pass grants access to the water park as well as admission to all events. Some much-anticipated events include Lego Ninjago Days, starting Jan. 25, PirateFest Weekends, The Lego Movie and Holidays at Legoland.

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Legoland’s newest attraction is the Florida Prepaid Schoolhouse, an indoor play area focused on exploring careers and learning.

You can also get an Awesome Annual Pass for less than $12 a month, which includes unlimited access to the park and events and free parking. Learn more about the annual pass here.

If your child is under 2 years old, they get in for free. If not, check out the Preschooler Pass here.