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Legoland Florida Offering FREE ADMISSION for VETERANS During November Plus An Offer For Your Guests. Active, Guard, Reserve Free Admission Offer Too!

29 October 2016 by

LEGOLAND FLORIDA is Honoring Veterans During November Plus A Generous Discount for Your Guests!  They also have a Free Admission Offer for Active Duty, Guard and Reserve for 2016!


LEGOLAND  Florida Resort is offering VETERANS FREE ADMISSION Nov. 1-20, 2016, plus a 50 percent discount on tickets for up to six guests during the same period.

To receive free admission, U.S. veterans must present valid military ID or proof of veteran status at the theme park ticket windows on the day of their visit.  This offer is not available online or by phone.

On Veterans Day, Friday, November 11th, LEGOLAND will further honor veterans with a 10 percent discount on retail purchases and food and beverage items. To receive the Nov. 11 discounts, veterans with valid ID can request a wristband and flyer at the ticket windows. The discount only will be honored for those wearing the wristband.


Military Appreciation Days offer provides one free 1-Day admission ticket for military members.

This offer is valid for active duty military personnel including the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reservists are now entitled to a free one-time single day admission to LEGOLAND Florida throughout 2016 and seasonally at the Legoland Water Park.

U.S. Service Members receive complimentary admission to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort & Water Park. This offer is not available online. To receive these offers please bring a valid military ID to any LEGOLAND Florida Resort ticket window. 

  • ON BASE TICKETS: Discounted tickets are available at your Military ITT offices on bases. Check with your local office on base for pricing
  • AT THE GATE TICKETS: Save 10% on 1 and 2 day tickets with valid military ID

Learn more about Legoland's Military Appreciation Offers Here!  Leave them a Review while you're there on MilitaryBridge!

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