The annual summer holiday is an absolute must for most families, with many choosing to jet off to a child-friendly destination in Europe or further afield.
Whether you and your family are keeping costs down with a “staycation” here in the UK, or have found a good deal to a sunnier spot, there is usually one common denominator.
That common denominator is, of a course, a theme park. Big or small, family friendly or a thrill-seeker’s paradise, a visit to a theme park is a great holiday activity.
The US state of Florida is possibly the best place in the world for theme parks, with the likes of Disneyworld, Busch Gardens and Universal Studios all fairly close to each other.
This adrenaline capital of the world got a little more exciting last year, with the opening of Legoland Florida – the latest addition to the worldwide Lego theme park roster.
While Legoland Windsor is unlikely to get a water park section any time soon (we have enough water coming from the clouds), Legoland Florida has just opened its very own Legoland Water Park.
To mark the opening of the water park, Legoland Florida is offering free round-trip transport to the attraction from Orlando until July 31.
Combo tickets are also available for the theme park and the water park, with a one-day pass for both priced at £200 for a family of four.
With a mixture of slides and pools to enjoy, as well as the chance to build your own Lego raft and test it on a lazy river, there is plenty to keep families entertained. That’s not to mention the live water ski stunt show!
Combo tickets for Legoland and Disneyworld are also available, with 14 consecutive days’ admission to both costing £257 for an adult and £233 for a child. Book via www.attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk and don’t forget to search and compare the best deals on your flights to the US with Cheapflights.co.uk.