LEGOLAND’S brand new water park is opening later this year with brand new slides, rides and attractions.
The new park, opening in May at Legoland Gardaland in Italy, is the first water attraction to open in Europe.
The park is aimed at families and kids between the ages of two and 12.
Inside the water attraction, guests will be able to have fun on the Lego River Adventure.
The river flows through the park where kids can float on rafts – which are customisable as they are built from soft, floating Lego bricks.
Along the way will be a cave with underwater designs as well as Miniland, which will have miniature constructions of well-known Italian landmarks such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Colosseum.
Also in the park will be the Pirate Bay swimming pool, including a pirate fortress, as well as Jungle Adventure waterslides and Beach Party cannons.
Younger kids can play at the Duplo splash park, with smaller water rides and attractions.
There will also be a place for kids to build we well at Lego Creation Island.
Souvenir shops and restaurants will also be opening in the park.
Luca Marigo, Gardaland Sales and Marketing Director, said: “There will also be special themed areas, with lots of colourful water slides for youngsters and kids of all ages, as well as a creative area where children can discover the fun of building with DUPLO and LEGO bricks, swimming pools equipped with sunbeds, deck chairs and large gazebos where families can relax.”
Tickets to Legoland Gardaland currently cost €39 (£35) for a day pass or €49 (£44) for a season ticket.
It’s not known whether guests will have to pay extra to visit the water park once it opens.
Legoland Windsor is getting a new Duplo rollercoaster in March for toddlers.
The largest Legoland yet is opening later this year in New York, three times the size of Legoland Windsor.
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