School Group Programs

School Group Programs

For more information or to book your upcoming field trip, please call us (7 days a week, 9AM-5PM EST) at 1-877-865-5346

or complete the school group booking form here!

Please note that your field trip is not confirmed until you receive a booking confirmation number.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) field trips include:

  • Full day admission to LEGOLAND Florida,  including more than 50 rides, shows and attractions
  • Choice of one of eight brick-tastic Educational Experiences or a self-guided adventure throughout the Park
  • Educational Experiences are 45 minute, hands-on, interactive sessions aligned with Florida Standards
  • Applied learning on life-sized machines - our rides!
  • Teacher Guides: Standards-based, before and after visit worksheets
  • Self-guided option is also available with no instructional portion of the program
  • Educational Resource Guides are available for each experience that outline activities throughout the entire Park as well as pre-/post-visit worksheets

General Information:

  • $14.50 + tax (if applicable) per student
  • Price includes full day admission to LEGOLAND® Florida theme park and choice of one of our newly redesigned Educational Experiences
  • Water Park upgrade is available for an additional charge of $22.50 + tax (if applicable) per person
  • Receive 1 complimentary chaperone for every 5 paid students. Additional chaperones may be added for $29.00 + tax (if applicable) per adult
  • Available 8/1/17 - 6/1/18, Monday - Friday, excluding school holidays
  • Pricing applies to public, private and home schools with a minimum of 15 students
  • Educational Experiences align to Florida Standards and are available for grades K-6
  • Prices, times and schedules subject to change without notice




School groups may choose to bring their lunches and eat at the Imagination Pavilion located in the rear of the park near Cypress Gardens. Please make sure coolers are clearly labeled with the group name. Our Education Greeters will assist in unloading coolers from the busses in the bus loop when you arrive in the morning and will transport them to the pavilion for your convenience. When your group is ready to eat, just visit the Pavilion and your coolers will be waiting for you. At the end of the day, our Education Greeters will return the coolers to the bus loop to be loaded on the busses before you depart. Please note that food from outside vendors (i.e. Pizza Hut, McDonalds, Subway, etc.) will not be allowed into the park and may not be delivered to the park for your group. LEGOLAND Florida Resort is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items placed in our storage area.

LEGO Dollars:

LEGO Dollars are available for purchase at a 1:1 ratio to the U.S. Dollar and can be redeemed for food, beverage and merchandise throughout LEGOLAND Florida Resort. They can be purchased in $1, $5 and $10 denominations. Orders must be placed and paid for at least two weeks in advance of your visit by calling 855-753-8888. LEGO Dollars are non-refundable.

Meal Vouchers:

Groups may choose to purchase Meal Vouchers for students (ages 12 and under) at one of five restaurants throughout the park. Adults may purchase meals at selected location upon arrival. Space is limited as each location has a 50 child max capacity within each time spot. Meal Vouchers are non-transferrable and non-refundable. Groups that have purchased meal vouchers may only dine at the specific location indicated on their meal voucher ticket.

  • Option 1: $6.99 + tax (if applicable) per student (choice of apple juice or bottled water to drink)

    • Burger Kitchen (all entrees include french fries and fruit cup)
      • Kids Chicken Tender Meal
      • Kids Hamburger Meal
      • Kids Cheeseburger Meal
    • LEGO® City Fried Kitchen (all entrees include french fries and fruit cup)
      • Kids Chicken Tender Meal
      • Kids Drumstick Meal
    • Market Restaurant (all entrees include potato chips and choice of fruit or fruit cup)
      • Kids Turkey & Cheese Sandwich
      • Kids Ham & Cheese Sandwich
      • Kids Cheese Sandwich
      • Kids Uncrustables (PB&J) Sandwich
    • Panini Restaurant (all entrees include potato chips and fruit cup)
      • Kids Ham & Cheese Panini
      • Kids Cheese Panini
  • Option 2: $10.00 + tax (if applicable) per student
    • Pizza Pasta Buffet
      • Variety of pizza, including cheese, pepperoni and veggie
      • Pasta with marinara or alfredo sauce
      • Salad bar with fresh toppings
      • Breadsticks
      • Dessert pizzas
      • Soda

It is highly recommended to pay at least 10 business days in advance of your visit. Groups that do not pay in advance may experience long wait times on the day of their visit. LEGOLAND® Florida Resort will only accept one form of payment for your group booking. We allow organization/school checks, money orders, certified cashier's checks, credit cards and cash. Only government issued or bank certified/cashier's checks, credit cards and cash are accepted the day of your visit. If payment is to be made with a non-government issued organization check, it must be received a minimum of 10 business days prior to the visit date. No personal checks allowed.

If your organization is tax exempt, please email a copy of your Florida Tax Exemption Certificate to MEGUSA.FLORIDASALES@LEGOLAND.COM. Payment must be made by check or credit card in the name of the tax exempt organization. We are unable to accept cash payments for tax exempt organizations. If the Florida Tax Exemption Certificate has not been submitted at time of payment, tax will be charged.


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Educational Experiences

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Tall Towers

Grades K-3

LEGO® City is expanding... upwards! The mayor wants to tap into the talents of our architect apprentices and has tasked them with creating the tallest towers ever built. But before they can start construction, they must get the stamp of approval from Inspector Quake. After being briefed on the different types of structures, both human-made and natural, the future LEGO® architects must create a structure that is strong enough to withstand the trembling of Quake’s infamous earthquake table!


Milo’s Journey

Grades K-4

The space race to be the first to discover life on another planet is back on. LEGO® Base’s newest employee, Erin, an ambitious aerospace engineer, has created a planetary rover named Milo after countless hours of effort. Now a huge success, LEGO® Base is ready to mass-produce Milo and launch him into space before rival companies. As our new interns, you must assist Erin by building and programming more Milos using the LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 set to journey where no one has gone before!

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Book and Brick

Grades 2-5

Once upon a time, a jester from LEGO® Kingdoms was cursed by an evil wizard. The poor jester could only tell the beginning of a story! In order to entertain the king with his daily royal tale, he must venture out of the kingdom in search of young storytellers who can help him complete his fables. Using the four W’s (who, what, when and where) from the jester’s story, along with the LEGO® Education StoryStarter Set, can the young scribes help create a happily ever after ending suitable for his majesty?

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Get Moving

Grades 2-5

Ladies and gentleman, start your engines! Pit Captain Axle needs new recruits to help operate the LEGO® Technic Pit Stop. In the world’s fastest race, nothing can slow you down... that is, if you understand the concept of forces (inertia, wind resistance, friction, gravity and weight). Hear the victory cheers as the candidates build the fastest race car possible and speed to the finish line! See you in the winner’s circle!

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Amazing Machines

Grades 3-6

Call him Rod. Some years ago — never mind how long precisely — Rod was fishing in Lake Eloise when he encountered the biggest fish he had ever seen! Some say it may have been an escaped shark from a neighboring pirate show. Others say it was just a tall tale. Whatever it may have been, Rod’s fishing pole snapped in two as he was bringing in his catch. He swore that he would devote every day to design and create the ultimate fishing pole. Using the LEGO® Education Simple & Powered Machines Set, can you help Rod catch the one that got away?

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Astro Bot

Grades 4-6

After a disastrous meteor shower, LEGO® Base’s newest cadets must learn to pilot their very own LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 robot, named Astro Bot, and save the nearby space station! Don’t worry… Commander Block has plenty of experience and is the best in the business with our repair drones. However, in order to operate these amazing robots, the commander must guide his new cadets to use the metric system and discover how to use angles. Will the cadets be brave enough to help save the space station from exiting Earth’s orbit?

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Explosive Energy

Grades 4-6

Professor Black Brick unveils his dastardly master plan -- cue the evil music -- to replace all the renewable energy sources on Earth (wind, solar, etc.) with geothermal energy from lava extracted from the planet’s core. He directs his new collaborators to build models of different volcanoes to be used around the world to extract this power. As he demonstrates the explosive eruption force from his own scale-model volcano, he discovers that his top-secret plan may actually be able to help humanity!

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Rover Rescue

Grades 4-6

Ten... nine... eight... soon you'll be blasting off on a mission on Mars! LEGO® Base has selected the best cadets to send to its station on the Red Planet, where they’ll assist in cleaning up after a major dust storm. Lieutenant Stud, who has been stationed on Mars for the last year, is waiting to brief you on programming your rover. Using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 robot, along with a ruler and protractor in hand, can you complete the three challenging tasks issued by the Head Commander? It's a mission of a lifetime. Three... two... one... blastoff!