Experience the magic of LEGOLAND® on an Orlando vacation during the Orlando Christmas holidays. Marvel at the twinkling lights, snowy pine trees, exciting seasonal festivals, and gardens with a little LEGO® magic!
Here are Our Favorite Legoland Christmas Events
The Very Merry Mix-Up
New stage music show where the holiday helper crew of Mrs. Claus finds themselves in a delightful dilemma as they sing, dance, and party together in a new original musical, The Very Happy Mix-up. Families can explore the new vacation village postal service, where kids can write letters to LEGO Santa Claus.
In this interactive post office, kids will see their special letters arrive directly to the North Pole via a digital screen. So the whole family can ride the historic Fun Town carousel and join in on the new Christmas carols!
Socially Distant Selfies with LEGO® Gingerbread Man and More
Colorful holly-filled characters around every corner with socially distant selfies with LEGO Santa, LEGO Gingerbread Man, and LEGO Toy Soldier. Unikitty will also wear her happiest outfits for fun and fun takes that will delight guests of all ages. All interactions between characters and players are arranged 6 feet or more apart.
Families can collect bricks and aid build LEGO-themed mosaics to celebrate holidays around the world or take a trip to DUPLO® Valley, where iconic holiday symbols are scattered around the farm. Grab the clues from the treasure hunt to solve the puzzles and find them all!
Returning visitors will appreciate popular LEGOLAND traditions, including LEGO sleigh and reindeer photo ads. The 30-foot tall LEGO Christmas show comes to life with dazzling lights and sounds to celebrate the season. The shit from the North Pole has also returned to the LEGO City stage with some of Santa’s dumbest elves and their crazy juggling and funny antics.
Children’s New Year’s Eve party: Get ready for 2022! Say goodbye to 2021 with our children’s New Year’s Eve fireworks! Guests can ring the bell at 20:00 in 2022 at a time suitable for children. It won’t be until December 31, 2021, that the fireworks will turn into an explosion of LEGO bricks right in front of your eyes.