Friday, June 22, 2012

Legoland breaks world record

Legoland which is derived from the root Lego  in  Latin meaning "I assemble"  has been bringing joy to children for the last 80 years since its founder Kirk Christiansen built his workshop in Denmark in 1932.

Legoland's signature plastic bricks did not come into existence until 1949 until after the company bought it plastic injection molding equipment. Since then, improvements in the inner tube bricks offer an unlimited number of building combinations making the design so unique.

Today the legoland's legacy company is becoming a staple brand geared toward  children between the ages of two through twelve.   With it's debut in winter Haven, Florida in 2012,  Legoland is quickly receiving world attention by the local theme-parks as a  formidable competitor.

Just recently, Legoland had set the world's record for the greatest number of beach balls in the air at any one time.  Guiness World Record recorded the event on May 24, 2012 at the grand opening of it's highly coveted water park.  During that particular event, park guests maintained 1,290 beach balls bouncing at simultaneously.

In tandem with this spectacular event,  Legoland announced a $20 savings on Florida resident's annual pass set to expire in July 31.  For just $129 per child, residents gain admission to the Winter Haven theme park with no black-out dates.

But that's not all,  the tickets also features free parking, discounts on food and merchandise.   Guests may also participate in Holiday events including Independence Day, and Brick-or-Treat during Halloween time.

Don't forget to check out the $10 online discount for a 1-day pass including access to the water park  Legoland offered through Oct 21, for just $67  per child.

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