LEGOLAND Florida offering FREE Preschooler Pass, too!

*We’re still waiting to find out when the LEGOLAND Preschool Card will be offered for 2022. In the meantime, don’t forget to take advantage of the FREE Preschool Pass for Busch Gardens + Adventure Island and SeaWorld + Aquatica. Once we get an update from LEGOLAND, we’ll share here!

Just when parents of preschoolers in Tampa Bay couldn’t contain their excitement anymore over Busch Gardens + Adventure Island releasing their FREE Preschool Card, LEGOLAND Florida announces it will also offer FREE pass for kiddos ages 3 and 4! (Guests under 3 already get in for free.)

Just like the Busch Gardens Preschool Card (Busch Gardens Preschool Card is for kids 5 and younger), getting your child a LEGOLAND Preschooler Pass is going to take some work on your end. You will need to bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate or travel passport to Will Call at the theme park to get the card. AND, you can only do this for a limited time–January 4 through February 3, 2021.

Click: Learn more about how to get your LEGOLAND Preschooler Pass

The LEGOLAND Preschooler Pass will be good for admission to LEGOLAND theme park and water park throughout 2021. Guests under age 3 already receive free admission to the park.

LEGOLAND is a perfect experience for preschoolers since a majority of the rides were created for kiddos who are at least 40 inches tall and there’s even an adorable DUPLO Valley area of the park that preschoolers and toddlers love.

If you already purchased an annual pass for your 3 year old (like we did), LEGOLAND says it will either add one year of standard admission to your current pass OR you can transfer the previously purchased pass to an immediate family member.

Someone is going to have to bring the preschooler to the park, so you’ll need to purchase an annual or seasonal pass for yourself as well…or a day admission. Whichever works best for your family!

Related: INSIDE LOOK | LEGOLAND Florida Beach Retreat



  • Laura Byrne is an award-winning former television news journalist who spent 15+ years in newsrooms across the state of Florida including Sarasota, Tallahassee, Fort Myers and right here in Tampa Bay. She covered the political beat, crime beat and every day breaking news during her time in Florida newsrooms, but is now focused on sharing positive news stories and events with families in Tampa Bay. She is a proud mommy of two little boys who keep her on her toes and laughing every day. Her goal is to inspire families just like yours to get out and play and experience all that Tampa Bay and our great state of Florida have to offer! She encourages you to share your stories and upcoming events so we can spread the good news.