LEGOLAND Hosts "Fun Festival" For Disabled Children

On September 17, 2016, more than 1,500 children and their families affiliated with Nathaniel’s Hope enjoyed a brick-tastic day out during the Fun Festival at LEGOLAND Florida Resort, an annual event organized by Merlin’s Magic Wand.
Merlin Entertainments holds this festival each September at Merlin attractions around the world. This year, Orlando-based Nathaniel’s Hope was selected for the wonderful work it’s doing to support kids with special needs (VIP kids). 

The nonprofit organization works to educate and equip the community with training and programs to assist VIP families, and all programs are offered free of charge. On Saturday, families spent the day exploring the theme park #BuiltForKids, pausing to capture a cherished memory of the day with a group photo in the heart of every LEGOLAND park, MINILAND USA.

Merlin’s Magic Wand exists to put the magic back into the childhoods of seriously ill, disabled and disadvantaged children. The charity has helped more than 217,000 children and their families enjoy magical days out at Merlin attractions worldwide, and sponsors projects known as Merlin’s Magic Spaces that bring a bit of the Merlin magic into the community for children who are unable to visit one of the company’s attractions. For more information about Merlin’s Magic Wand activities in the United States, visit

PHOTO: © 2016 LEGOLAND Florida Resort. All Rights Reserved.

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