“As a theme park that is truly built for kids, we are honored to host these great kids and create wonderful holiday memories for them and their families. We’d like to thank Make-A-Wish for the opportunity to work together on this event, and for all of the wonderful things they do to support children and their families all year long,” said LEGOLAND Florida Resort General Manager Adrian Jones.
The LEGOLAND Florida tree features more than 270,000 LEGO and DUPLO bricks. Once lit, the tree kicked off the Bricktacular holiday event featuring holiday-themed LEGO builds, interactive LEGO Character Santa and LEGO Toy Soldier Characters and snow fall in Fun Town.
LEGOLAND Florida has a special offer going on where guests can visit with paid admission now through Dec. 27, 2014, and receive a free return visit Jan. 1- Feb. 28, 2015!
Check out our video above of the tree lighting ceremony! Be sure to share with your friends and family to spread some LEGO holiday cheer!