We’re continuing to keep you updated on the latest news regarding Hurricane Ian.
In the coming days, the hurricane is expected to make landfall in Florida. In preparation, a state of emergency has been issued for Florida, Orlando International Airport is shutting down operations, and Disney World is implementing closures. And now, another Florida theme park has announced its own closure.
LEGOLAND Florida took to Twitter to announce their closures — take a look:
Resort closure includes LEGOLAND® FL Theme Park, Water Park & Peppa Pig Theme Park. Tickets dated for 9/28-10/2 will be automatically extended thru 12/31/22. Vacation stays during this time can be rebooked without penalty. Learn more at https://t.co/rKFCcHe1n2. Stay safe! pic.twitter.com/XflGsQ0OT0
— LEGOLAND Florida (@LEGOLANDFlorida) September 27, 2022
To keep guests and employees safe, LEGOLAND Florida Resort (LEGOLAND Florida Theme Park, Water Park, and Peppa Pig Theme Park) will close from September 28th through September 29th.
Tickets dated from September 28th through October 2nd will be automatically extended through December 31st, 2022. Vacation stays during this period of time can also be rebooked without any fees.
We’ll let you know if any of this closure information changes. In the meantime, for more Hurricane Ian info:
- Get your live Hurricane Ian updates here
- Check out Disney World’s current cancelations/closures
- Get more details on MCO’s closure
And we’ll continue to keep you updated with the latest on this storm, so stay tuned to AllEars.
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