Due to a citywide ordinance, guests at Legoland Florida will now face stricter face covering and mask regulations. Previously, Legoland was the only Central Florida theme park not to require guests to wear facial coverings during their visit.
Because of the recent city ordinance, however, Legoland will now require all guests 8 years old and above to wear face masks when indoors. This includes attractions, restrooms, gift shops, and restaurants (when not actively eating).
Masks will also be required indoors at Legoland’s hotels. At the Resorts’ pools and water park, masks are only required when dry.
While guests are encouraged to bring their own masks, the park will provide complimentary masks to those who do not have one.
Even with these new regulations, Legoland continues to have the least stringent facial covering rules of any Central Florida theme park. Read more about Legoland’s new mask and other safety procedures here.