The World’s Biggest Legoland Is Coming To New York And You Won’t Want To Miss Out

New York is getting the biggest Legoland in the country, and it’s shaping up to be a blocky paradise.

Located about 70 miles from New York City in Goshen, the new park will feature more than 50 rides and attractions over 170 acres of land.

There will be a “minifigure experience,” where guests get to see what its like to be a Lego toy, as well as water rides, a pirate-themed area, and even a balloon ride.

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Best of all, guests can spend the night in the park’s own 250-room hotel that is decked out in Legos and open all year.

The park is set to open in 2020. Admission prices are assumed to be similar to other Legoland parks, which is about $89 for children and $95 for adults. Visit the park’s website to stay current on news and announcements.