LEGOLAND New York is no longer opening on July 4th, 2020.
We were so excited to see that New York was getting a LEGOLAND. It’s not in the Capital Region but the Hudson Valley wasn’t too far off. They had plans to open on July 4th, 2020, but because of the coronavirus, they will now be postponing the date until 2021. According to Hudson Valley Magazine, an exact date hasn’t been announced yet.
If you missed what we can be expecting at LEGOLAND New York, take a look at what I’ve already written to see videos and announcements about the new location.
Construction began in Spring 2019 and was almost done when they had to stop work because of the pandemic. This park, located in Goshen, NY, will be the largest LEGOLAND to date. There will be seven themed lands, along with over 50 rides, plus a 250 room hotel. The hotel’s unveiling will now be around the same time as the park.
LEGOLAND New York Resort Divisional Director Stephanie Johnson said “By opening LEGOLAND New York Resort in 2021, we are building an attraction that not only meets our high standards, [but] also gives our guests the best possible experience.”
LEGOLAND will honor all Standard Pass, Premium Pass, and Gold Pass purchases for 2021, as well as any previously purchased one-day passes.