New York Lego fans will have their first opportunity to visit the new Legoland Theme Park in Goshen Memorial Day Weekend.

Since we first learned of the arrival of the new Legoland Resort in the Empire State a few years ago, it has been a long wait to finally get to experience the park. But great news, as of next weekend, that wait is over!

Legoland has announced they will have special park '"previews" starting next Saturday, May 29th. The park says "Guests (will get) to experience LEGOLAND New York in its final stages of completion" including six of ts seven different themed "lands" like the Lego City and the Lego Castle.

Today and tomorrow (May 19th & May 20th) annual pass holders can reserve their preview spots, then starting Friday, May 21st single-day passes will be available at a reduced rate of $49.99. If you want to book a preview, you can get more info here.

If you have kids, this park could be the ultimate summertime destination for you and your family. My kids Scarlett and Emmett love Legos, and since I told them about the new park recently, I have been questioned weekly on when we will get to go! The other cool part about this resort is it will also eventually have the Legoland Hotel with Lego-themed rooms, So if you want to make a weekend out of it down in Goshen, you will be able to do so. I just hope there are no Legos on the floor that I step on! But I bet the park has thought of that...

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