LEGOLAND Florida Update: Tour of Ninjago World (PART 1)


Florida's newest theme park continues to prove that improvements and additions can really have a big impact on Guests. Since our last visit (which took place just a couple of months ago), we noticed so many minor and major additions around LEGOLAND Florida that it forced us to divide this photo-update into four different parts (we do this because loading too many images on one page could take forever in some cases).
As you will see, there's something new in most themed areas around this great park.


Welcome to LEGOLAND Florida:

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As soon as we entered the park, we noticed that the Market Restaurant has new food offerings:

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The number of kiosks around the park seems to have increased a lot since opening day:

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The Island in the Sky is currently closed for refurbishment:

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The new Pepper & Roni's Pizza Stop recently opened next to the Market Restaurant:

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Let's take a look inside:

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We were also surprised to see that the LEGO Factory received a new paint job and has reopened:

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Sadly, it looks like the park is using this space to house a gift shop rather than for an attraction:

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There are plenty of themed elements to see around the shop, though (more are coming soon):

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It is likely that these monitors will show the process of making LEGOs in the near future:

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We loved this colorful wall:

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The shop does have some features that remind Guests that they are in a "factory":

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The pigeon guy has been moved again:

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Moving on:

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We still have to try Granny's Apple Fries a la mode:

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Let's continue our tour:

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Star Wars backdrop can be found in a few spots around the park for a special event that ended today:

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The World of Chima still looks quite impressive:

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That said, there's a much more impressive floating mountain in town now...

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LEGO Kingdoms:

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