Mark your calendars. LEGOLAND announced when they will open their largest theme park in Goshen, New York.

The New York resort is planned to open it's doors for a Grand Opening celebration on July 4, 2020.

“Our Park is in high gear and we’re on track for opening,” said LEGOLAND New York Senior Divisional Director John Ussher. “Buildings are going up, concrete is being poured and construction is buzzing across our site. Ride components, such as the track for our Dragon coaster, are arriving in Goshen to be installed."

The New York Resort will be the largest LEGOLAND theme park Merlin Entertainments has ever built, with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions on 150 acres.

More details on the grand opening will be announced in 2020. “The opening of the first major theme park in the northeast in decades is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and you can be sure we’ll throw a star-spangled party to celebrate it," said LEGOLAND New York Public Relations Manager Matt Besterman.

Three tiers of Annual Passes are already on sale starting at $119.99, along with single-day tickets for $62.99 at

Get a sneak peek inside the $350 million park that allows you to explore 7 different lands with exclusive rides in Goshen, New York.

The Factory

Your Legoland journey begins inside The Factory where you'll experience the manufacturing process in The Great Lego Adventure, exclusive to Legoland New York. Feel what it’s like to be a Lego Minifigure as you travel from a box, and into the hands of a child.

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In the land of Bricktopia you’ll work with Master Model Builders to build and test your LEGO creations. Take a spin on the Imagination Celebration ride, or jump on the Stepping Tones to trigger crazy LEGO instruments.

Photo Credit - LEGO Group


Master the ancient art of Spinjitzu in Lego Ninjago World. You’ll start in Training Camp, where you’ll learn to spin, climb, and become a master of the elements. Then it's time to put your training to the test on NINJAGO: The Ride, where you’ll help defeat the Great Devourer using just your hands as weapons.

Ninjago Ride at Legoland California.(Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Legoland)

Knights’ Kingdom

Knight's Kingdom is home of the Lego Castle, a land filled with knights, princesses, wizards and dragons. Take a ride on the Dragon Coaster or help a new flock of baby dragons learn to fly at Dragon Rider School.

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Lego City

Learn to be a Lego City firefighter and help save the day at Rescue Academy. Attend Lego Driving School and get your official Legoland driver’s license. Lego City also features restaurants, shops and a theater.

PHOTO/LEGOLAND Florida, Merlin E

Pirate Shores

Inside Pirate Shores climb aboard a galleon as storms pick you up, toss you from side to side and spin you around. Take a trip on the Rogue Wave Riders and do battle with water spouts and hungry beasts.

Photo Credit - LEGO Group


Go from the Statue of Liberty to Times Square in just a few steps inside Miniland. See bustling streets with plenty of interactive features. There's even a moving subway.

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End your adventure at the Legoland hotel, where there's even bedrooms for girls and boys. “The Legoland Hotel is an experience in itself,” Besterman said. “You’ll find a restaurant with a kid-sized buffet table, a Castle play area, and children’s entertainment every night. It’s our way of extending the Legoland experience creating treasured memories for families.”


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