The theme park’s newest attraction sets sail on historic cypress gardens canals

Anchors aweigh! Set sail aboard the all-new Pirate River Quest, NOW OPEN at LEGOLAND Florida ResortThis one-of-a-kind boat ride through the natural canals of historic Cypress Gardens whisks families away into a world of adventure in search of Captain Redbeard’s lost treasurestolen by a troop of mischievous monkeys. Buccaneers can embark upon this quest dailyall included with general park admission or an Annual Pass.

This hilarioustory unfolds brick by brick with a rowdy crew of LEGO piratesas adventurers encounter exciting sequences and exotic creatures on this captain-driven boat rideFrom a sunken pirate ship to a fearsome kraken set amongst the lush Florida landscape, this tale captivatepirates and landlubbers of all ages

It’s all-hands-on-deck for this treasure quest, as riders count Captain Redbeard’s gems, coins and golden bricks along the way. The grand opening of Pirate River Quest marks the return of the canal boats, a beloved feature of the historic Gardens for decades. Thnew ride brings a LEGO twist that will introduce new generations to this Florida treasure. Thvoyage also offers a new and unique view of the Gardens from the open waters of Lake Eloise, as well as a glimpse of Florida wildlife while onboard.

The swashbuckling fun continues this January with the return of Pirate Fest Weekends, every Saturday and Sunday beginning Jan. 21. For five consecutive weekends through Feb. 19, guests can play like a pirate with a map full of adventure, including exclusive meet-and-greets, new and returning showsand a menu of tasty treats worthy of any pirate. Savvy seafarers can experience the maiden voyage of Pirate River Quest and a treasure trove of seasonal events, including Brick-or-Treat and Holidays at LEGOLAND, with aall-new Annual Pass, starting at just $13 per month with a small down payment