Welcome to the third part of this new LEGOLAND Florida photo-report. If you haven't had the chance to do so, we encourage you to also check out PART 2 of this update.
In the previous part, we walked around LEGO Kingdoms, the Land of Adventure, and the brand-new Ninjago World. While there was certainly a lot to see in those areas of the park, we still have plenty of additions to check out. Feel free to leave a comment at the end of this photo-report. We would love to hear your comments and opinions.


The former live show that was performed in the LEGO City area of the park is now gone:

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Let's continue our tour:

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New roofs have been added to the Rescue Academy:

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This addition was DEFINITELY needed!:

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Another interesting change is that the police car-themed vehicles are gone:

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The reason why all of the vehicles are fire trucks is because the ride is now sponsored by the NFPA:

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A cool LEGO model:

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We're now heading to the Imagination pavilion:

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This always bothered us:

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The LEGO model representing the earth has been replaced by... a giraffe and a tiger. Really:

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This is very random:

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Sadly, we weren't able to walk around Cypress Gardens because the park was going to close soon:

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Lake Eloise is absolutely gorgeous:

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More Star Wars backdrops:

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The Lakeside Sandwich Co. restaurant was not open during our visit:

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Strangely, the signage outside the restaurant has been removed:

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LEGO Technic will be our next stop:

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These signs are not reassuring at all:

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We were unable to spot the golden LEGO brick this time. It looks like it might have been removed:

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Heading to Miniland:

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We enjoy spotting details like these:

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This park is gorgeous:

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