Legoland New York Opening Delayed Until 2021 Due To COVID-19
Blockheads are really disappointed after hearing that the grand opening of Legoland New York isn't going to happen in July 2020 like it was originally scheduled. Due to the coronavirus and the health and safety of Lego fans (officially called AFOL...Adult Fans Of Lego and KFOL...Kid Fans Of Lego) and the employees at the park (officially called model citizens), the opening has been pushed back until next year.
According to the article on www.nyup.com, All previously purchased annual passes or single-day tickets will be honored when the park opens and those who booked vacation packages through LEGOLAND® Vacations will be given the opportunity to be the first to book for the 2021 season.
In addition, Legoland New York in Orange County’s village of Goshen is looking to hire over 1000 model citizens to work at the park when it opens in 2021.
For more information go to www.legoland.com/newyork