LEGOLAND California announces Ninjago: The Ride for 2016

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**UPDATE** After reading the press release, the NINJAGO attraction coming to LEGOLAND California will be built by Triotech, the same company behind Knott’s Berry Farm’s Voyage to the Iron Reef attraction, Triotech is the world leader in media based interactive attractions, and all of their attractions feature cutting-edge technology.  Check out the full press release at the bottom!

LEGOLAND California just announced that they are bringing Ninjago: The Ride to their park in 2016 as part of the new Ninjago section of the park.  Check out the video above for the announcement teaser.

No details were given about the ride other than it will feature “technology guests have never experienced at any other theme park in the world!”

The above video gives you an idea of what the new Ninjago area will be like once it opens inside LEGOLAND California.

We will keep you posted when we hear more details!

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Taiko drummers, ninja warriors and a Spinjitzu Master filled the theater with energy as LEGOLAND® California Resort announced the addition of a new NINJAGO™ land coming in 2016 introducing,NINJAGO™- The Ride.  After sharing the successes of 2015, General Manager Peter Ronchetti offered details of the exciting new land and unmasked the new ride which features technology guests have never experienced at any other theme park in the world.

Guests will enter the new NINJAGO land through a giant archway behind Imagination Zone leading them into a courtyard where they begin their ninja training. The new land features LEGO® building stations, a game to test reflexes, spinners to test balance, Asian cuisine and a new shopping venue. Interactive experiences will test guests’ physical skills, balance and agility before they can prep for their ultimate training session: NINJAGO – The Ride.

NINJAGO – The Ride is manufactured by Triotech, world leader in media based interactive attractions, and features cutting-edge technology that enables guests to control the outcome of their adventure through the power of their hand gestures. Through 3D imagery, high-tech sensors and the use of hand movements in a striking motion, up to four riders per car, representing the four main NINJAGO characters, can blast animated fireballs, lightning, shockwaves and ice as they travel through dojos to master their skills before heading into battle.  Riders collect points for their training and battle efforts throughout the ride and scores are displayed when their quest is completed. 4D effects such as heat, smoke and wind are also incorporated throughout the adventure, giving guests the ultimate interactive experience.

“I am proud and thrilled to say that this is our eleventh straight year of continuous attendance growth and we attribute much of this to our winning formula of providing our guests a family environment filled with fun, interactive experiences that create lasting memories. NINJAGO –The Ride will be the ultimate experience providing interactive fun for all,” said Ronchetti.

Based on the popular property LEGO® NINJAGO™, which is brought to life by The LEGO Group® through a line of construction toys and a TV series on Cartoon Network, guests will enjoy interactive elements and this new ride featuring key characters. For the first time, immersed into the NINJAGO universe, guests can train like a Spinjitzu Master, learn to harness the power of the four elements and use teamwork to battle the Great Devourer.

LEGO NINJAGO tells the story of four young ninja heroes – Kai, Jay, Cole and Zane – who train under the watchful eye of Master Wu to master an ancient martial art – Spinjitzu. LEGO NINJAGO is one of the most successful LEGO properties.  This year, brand new episodes of the popular series, NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu, aired on Cartoon Network and 22 new building sets loaded with features and functions were released.

NINJAGO – The Ride is being unveiled at both LEGOLAND® California Resort and LEGOLAND® Billund Resort in 2016.




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