It’s The Festive Season & A Christmas Parade Is All You Need!

Christmas parade

Legoland is a Christmas parade based on Lego construction toys. It was first opened in the year 1968 in Denmark, and since then, it has been a great success with its visitors. The main concept of the theme park is to build a complete replica of a city out of Lego bricks. Legoland is the ultimate place for kids to enjoy their time while playing with Legos with its spectacular rides and amazing attractions.

 

The theme park has some shows that are performed by live actors along with many other activities such as:

–           The Bonecoaster

–           Pirate Reef

–           Pharaoh’s Forbidden Ruins

–           Merlin’s Magical Workshop

–           Legends of Chima

–           Lego City: Ice Breakout

–           Lego City: Robber’s River Chase

 

The Christmas Parade Should Be On The Top Of Your Bucket List

The Christmas Parade at Legoland Florida is a must-do for families visiting the area. Every year, the parade has a new theme, and this year’s theme is “For the Love of Lego.” The parade features Lego-themed floats, dancers, and a fun surprise ending. Bring your camera because you will want to take photos of everything. This activity is included in your Legoland admission, or you will need to purchase a ticket for the event.

Legoland Florida announced on Thursday that its annual Christmas Parade would have a light, airy theme this year. The Winter Festival of Lights Parade will be held Saturday, Nov. 23, weather permitting. The parade will begin at 6 pm at the front gate of Legoland Florida Resort in Winter Haven.

The parade is free to attend and will feature more than 85 illuminated floats, 25 marching bands, and entertainers, including stilt walkers, jugglers, and balloon artists.

The holiday parade will feature Lego characters outfitted in winter apparel, such as Santa Claus, the Ice Queen, and the Snowman King. There also will be a large illuminated Lego Christmas tree float carried by eight handlers.

Star Wars members plan special appearances Darth Vader, Chewbacca, and Boba Fett; Minions from “Despicable Me”; Woody and Buzz Lightyear from “Toy Story”, Iron Man; Mickey Mouse; Donald Duck; Goofy, Santa Claus; Mrs. Claus; The Grinch, Elsa from “Frozen”; Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk, Thor, Moana from “Moana”; Baymax from “Big Hero 6”; Kristoff from “Frozen”, Wonder Woman; Superman, and The Incredibles family.

The schedule for the 2021 Christmas parade time at Legoland Florida is now posted. Here is a breakdown of what you can see when:

  • 5 pm: The park will close to guests and become a private event.
  • 7 pm: Welcome Show – All of the characters and performers will assemble
  • in front of Merlin’s Magic Quest and begin the parade.

Jingle Bell Rock – Santa Claus will arrive on a sleigh pulled by reindeer and lead everyone in singing Jingle Bell Rock.

Snowflakes – Snowmen will dance in front of the Imagination! Pavilion while snowflakes gently fall from the sky.

Santa’s Workshop – The Elves will lead everyone in singing “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” before Santa flies off in his sleigh to deliver toys around the world.

  • 9:30 pm: The park reopens to guests, and they can meet with all of the characters and performers in their decorated homes in Miniland.

It is the most significant indoor holiday-themed Lego display, with more than 8 million bricks. There are more than 30 themed displays. Some are interactive. Legoland Florida will host its first Christmas Parade this Thanksgiving weekend.

 

Christmas Parade Dates

Nov. 24-25 at 1 pm, the Winter Festival of Lights parade will be staged inside the park, followed by a fireworks show. A few days later, on Nov. 28, there will be a second parade at 5 pm, also inside the park, followed by another fireworks show. The Winter Festival of Lights runs every day through Jan. 6; the two parades run once each day.”

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