Legoland Florida has introduced an annual pass for guests who are at least 60 years old. The Senior Garden Pass will cost $60 and be good Monday-Friday for a year after the park opens Oct. 15.
The pass also will include parking at the Winter Have theme park. It is under construction at the former site of Cypress Gardens, which featured famed botanical gardens along Lake Eloise. Legoland is maintaining that tradition alongside its rides, shows and attractions aimed at the 2-to-12-year-0ld set.
"At Legoland Florida, we are incredibly proud of our heritage and especially the beautiful gardens," said Kim Isemann, director of sales and marketing. "This specialty pass was designed to allow seniors the experience they've told us they wanted access to the botanical gardens."
The Senior Garden Pass is now available for purchase at www.legoland.com, or it can be purchased at the front gate once the park opens.