Have you been waiting to check out LEGOLAND New York? You don’t have to wait much longer!
LEGOLAND New York, located in Goshen, wasn’t even open a full season before they closed for winter. They recently announced, according to New York Upstate, that they will be reopening for their first full season on April 8, 2022.
When we visited in June, it was still going through previews so many things weren’t open yet. They opened the LEGO Pirates section in July and the LEGOLAND New York hotel opened in August.
Since last year, they’ve also added a new water playground, two entertainment stages, a 4th of July celebration with fireworks, a bigger Halloween event with a 4D movie, and an added Christmas celebration called their Christmas Bricktacular.
“We’re always looking to add something new to the Legoland New York experience,” LEGOLAND New York Resort Divisional Director Stephanie Johnson said in a statement.
Tickets must be reserved in advance through legoland.com. Single-day passes start at $67.99 (adult tickets are $79.99 in advance) and annual passes are $299.99. LEGOLAND New York is a cashless resort.