Miniland USA at Legoland Florida

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There’s just two days to go before Legoland Florida opens to the public and today we’re taking a look at the signature area of every Legoland theme park in the world… Miniland USA. 

Miniland USA is at the heart of every LEGOLAND Park and Florida’s Miniland USA is home to eight specially themed areas:

Florida encompasses the entire state from Mallory Square in Key West to Bok Tower in Central Florida and antebellum mansions in the Panhandle.  Miniland Florida also includes an expanded area for Kennedy Space Center and an interactive Daytona International Speedway® racing experience where guests can race LEGO brick cars.

Las Vegas features the world-famous Strip including the Luxor Las Vegas, New York, New York Hotel and Casino, Excalibur, Mirage, Treasure Island, Tropicana, MGM Grand, Venetian, Stratosphere tower and two iconic structures of Paris Las Vegas:  the balloon sign and Eiffel Tower. “The Strip” at LEGOLAND also features a miniature wedding chapel, monorails and real-life sounds recorded in Las Vegas.

Washington, D.C. sports faithful re-creations of the White House (including the first family and “first dog”), the U.S. Capitol building, Smithsonian, Washington and Jefferson monuments and parts of Georgetown. An animated marching band parades in front of the Capitol and tiny cherry trees blossom every spring.

New York City features tiny jets of water shooting up from the fountain in Rockefeller Plaza, while an army of animated yellow taxicabs prowls the streets of Times Square. The Statue of Liberty, a cutaway view of Grand Central Station, The Empire State Building, the Guggenheim Museum and the Bronx Zoo are just a few of the iconic landmarks.

A Pirate-themed section hosts a full-on swashbuckling pirate adventure as two opposing pirate ships and their “mates” battle it out upon the high seas.

California features Legowood, the Hollywood Bowl, and scenes from San Francisco including Pier 39, Lombard Street and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Frankly, you can spend hours in this area as it really is fascinating to look at. There’s so much detail to take in such as the small details at Grand Central Station in the New York area or the soda machine at Florida’s “mini mini golf” course, which includes a mini windmill hole.

Other fun things to look for are the company and brand names that are subtly altered on most of the buildings. For instance, Tampa doesn’t really have a building called Horizon but that red-slashy “z” in the logo sure resembles a logo of a certain telecommunications giant that rhymes with “horizon. Then there’s Sloppy Moe’s in the Keys and Godtyear in the Daytona International Speedway area. All good fun!

More pictures are at …and while you’re there make sure you enter our Sweepstakes as you could win 2 tickets to Legoland Florida! And here’s some video…

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