The pass, which is available to three and four-year-olds, has no blackout dates and also includes access to special park events, like Ninjago Days, Brick or Treat and the new PirateFest Weekends coming in April.
The pass is available for sign up from Jan. 3 through Feb. 3, 2020. In order to score this amazing deal, you’ll have to go to the admission ticket window at the resort and bring along a copy of your child’s birth certificate or travel passport for proof of age.
Already have an annual pass? You can still earn the deal. While Annual Passes are non-refundable, LEGOLAND pass holders ages three and four years old can choose to extend the validity of that pass by 12 months or transfer the purchased pass to an immediate family member.
The newest attraction for preschoolers is the Florida Prepaid Schoolhouse, an indoor play area that invites younger theme park guests to explore learning and careers.
All photos: Courtesy of PHOTO / LOCK + LAND, Chip Litherland for LEGOLAND Florida Resort