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LEGOLAND New York Resort Opening Nears
GOSHEN—Probably the biggest thing to happen in the Mid-Hudson in decades that could help rebuild the region’s economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic is getting close.
Children’s theme park LEGOLAND New York announced on Wednesday that it will open the resort in Goshen for previews beginning May 29 as the theme park prepares for its official opening this summer.
During this stage of LEGOLAND New York’s phased opening, Annual Pass and single-day ticket holders will be able to enjoy six of the Resort’s seven themed lands: Brick Street, Bricktopia, LEGO ® City, LEGO ® Castle, LEGO® NINJAGO ® World and MINILAND. The final land, LEGO® Pirates, will open later this summer, as will LEGOLAND ® Hotel.
An official opening date for the resort located just off Route 17 in Goshen has yet to be announced. LEGOLAND New York officials stated that more information about the final phase of the Resort’s opening, including the 250-room LEGOLAND Hotel, will be released in the coming weeks.
Annual pass holders will be able to reserve a day to visit beginning May 19. Reservations will open for all other guests 48 hours later on May 21. Single-day tickets will be sold at a reduced price of $49.99
“As the first theme park to open in the Northeast in decades, this preview period is our chance to welcome families who have been patiently waiting, giving them a chance to experience LEGOLAND New York in its final stages of completion,” said LEGOLAND New York Resort Divisional Director Stephanie Johnson. “After the challenges of the past year, we know families are eager to get out, ride, build, play, learn and spend time together. Through our phased opening approach, we’re able to safely welcome as many families as possible while prioritizing the health and safety of our guests and Model Citizens (staff).”