About LEGOLAND Water Park

Opening Times
Mid March through August Legoland’s Water Park is opened daily. Opening times vary by day. The park opens between 10:30 and 11:00 am and closes between 4:00 and 6:00 pm. In September and October the park is only opened on the weekends.

Check the operating schedule for 2018 for more details on opening and closing times.

Getting there
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is just 45 minutes from the Orlando theme parks or downtown Tampa.

From Orlando:
Take I-4 WEST to exit 55 (US Hwy 27 South). Turn right off U.S. Highway 27 at State Road 540/Cypress Gardens Boulevard. Park is four miles on the left.

From Tampa:
Take I-4 EAST to Exit 27 (Polk County Parkway). Then take Exit 14 to Winter Haven (2nd Toll Booth) by turning east on S.R. 540 and follow eight miles to Hwy 17 North. Turn left to take Hwy 17 North two miles over the bridge to Cypress Gardens Boulevard and turn right. Legoland Way will be on your right.

Regular price for parking upon arrival is $27 for a car. The toll and ticket booths open approximately 30 minutes prior to the park opening.

If you are staying in Orlando you can take the shuttle from ICON Orlando 360 at 09:00 am for $5 per person (plus tax).

Parking in the garage on the bottom floor of I-Drive 360 between International Drive and Universal Boulevard. Parking is free of charge. The pick up is outside near the back entrance of Madame Tussauds.

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure. The bus leaves for the return journey at park closing. Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance and at least before 11:00 am on the day before the intended transfer.


Slides and Rides at LEGOLAND Water Park

Twin Chasers

Amazing intertwining pair of tube water slides. Hop on your tube and race 115 down the slides before you splash in the pool below.

Splash Out

This slide is only for the brave hearted. Pick one of the three unique slides at the top and then speed down an 60-foot
(18 meter) drop into the pool.


At Creative Cove you get to build your own LEGO boat and race it at the mini water park.

Pools and Rivers at LEGOLAND Water Park

Build-a-Raft River

Can you build the best LEGO raft? Of course you can. Create your own master piece and hop in the 1000-foot-long (305 meter) lazy river with playful LEGO models along the way.

LEGO Wave Pool

No water park would be complete without a big Wave Pool. This pool at Legoland Water Park is ideal for cooling of and has waves that are just big enough so everyone can enjoy it.

DUPLO Splash Safari

The little ones will love this water play area with plenty of shorter slides and interactive DUPLO animals.

This area is for the little ones that can walk by themselves under 6.

Joker Soaker

This play area promises lots of fun in the sun (and water). Get soaked, ride slides and head over to the climbing areas.

This area is for the bigger little kids.

Getting around in LEGOLAND

Everything’s within walking distance

The whole park is easily accessible by foot. To get to the waterpark you first have to go through the main areas of LEGOLAND.

Staying at one of the on-site hotels?

The Legoland Hotel is right by the entrance and is only a short walk away. The Beach Retreat is only 0,5 miles (800 meters) away.

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