LEGO Batman Movie Days and Quest GPS Game Bring Extra Excitement to Legoland Florida

This weekend (3/4-3/5) and next weekend (3/11-3/12) kids and families can meet the Brick-tastic Caped Crusader. Lego Batman Movie Days at Legoland Florida will give guests special experiences throughout the park included with all the normal fun at the park built for kids!


During the two event weekends, fans and passholders will receive special LEGO® Batman™ retail gifts with qualifying purchases while supplies last. Visit The Big Shop and LEGO Studio Store for a huge selection of LEGO building sets, limited-edition LEGO Minifigures, costumes, accessories and more from the smash-hit movie.

While in the park be sure to check out the all new Lego Ninjago area.

For those who don’t know Lego Ninjago will be the next big screen movie featuring the iconic building block!

An additional bit of excitement is some fun for the kids while driving to Legoland Florida is a new GPS mobile game:

The road trip becomes a reward this Spring Break – thanks to LEGOLAND Florida Resort – who is launching a first-of-its-kind GPS adventure game built for kids that turns the road to LEGOLAND into a LEGO-themed ride as you drive. Featuring your favorite LEGOLAND characters and real-time Google Maps data, the journey becomes as fun as a day at the resort.

Download the free ‘Quest to LEGOLAND’ app from Google Play or the App Store to your smart phone or tablet. Designed for children ages 6-12, kids can choose a pirate, adventure, kingdom or beach theme and follow a LEGO Minifigure to the resort. Leveraging the Google Maps API, each route is mapped in real-time and transformed into a LEGOLAND adventure.

Instead of traditional step-by-step navigation, kids unlock themed missions, play car games, answer trivia questions, and learn about the world around them as landmarks they pass pop up on-screen before their eyes. With 40 total games, thousands of landmarks, and contextual trivia, what you see in the app depends on the route you take so each trip is unique. Kids explore the journey as it happens, share new discoveries with parents and solve trivia questions together.

Seven different kinds of landmarks are pulled into the experience, including National Parks, National Historic Places, National Natural Landmarks, water bodies, caves, mountains, and cities, so kids learn as they play. “Are we there yet?” soon turns into “Can we go again?”

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