What Can My Two Year Old Do At Legoland Florida?

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If you are a family with young children like ours, Legoland Florida is probably on your bucket list for an upcoming trip. However, you also may be asking a question that often comes up with the recommended ages of 2-12 for the park. How much is there really for my two year old to do? I’m happy to share with you 20 things we found for two year olds at Legoland Florida. Be sure to grab my Free Legoland Rides Height Cheat Sheet by signing up for my newsletter here.

Child riding Legoland carousel

1. The Grand Carousel

The carousel is the first ride you encounter as you come into the park so it’s a great way to start your day. This carousel is a double-decker so if your lucky enough to be the first seven or eight people in line head to the top when the attendant lets you in. The carousel has adorable Lego-inspired horses that your little one can ride around and around.

2. Duplo Farm

Right next to the Grand Carousel you will find a toddler dreamland-Duplo Valley. The first stop in Duplo Valley is the Duplo Farm. The Duplo Farm is an adorable indoor playground where you and your child can beat the heat by playing in air conditioning. With farm-inspired playground equipment this is a fun spot for all two-year-olds.

Another great part of the Duplo Farm is the Baby Care Center. Found in the back of the play area there is a great area for mamas of babies birth through 2. This area includes 4 rooms for nursing mamas which includes a rocking chair and a little rocking chair for the sibling. There are also four changing tables in the center of the room. In the far corner of the room there are high chairs, a microwave, and a sink for all your feeding needs. Our favorite part of the baby care center. The family size bathroom. Since this area is for mamas it is a nice place to use the restroom with your little ones.

Picture of the Duplo Farm At Legoland Florida
Come On In For Some More Fun!

3. Duplo Tractor

As you exit the Duplo Farm you will see the Duplo Tractor ride. This ride allows children to get in the driver seat and drive their tractor through a Duplo Farm scene. In addition to the ride, make sure to let your little one stop and hit all the farm animal buttons.

4. Duplo Train

One of our son’s favorites at Legoland is the Duplo Train. The coveted seat for our kids is definitely the front seat but all seats on the train are a great view. Similar to the Duplo Tractor, the Duplo Train has a circular track that takes you on two loops. There are cute little Duplo figurines for your little one to look at as they ride the train. Be sure as you exit the train to stop and let your little one ring the bell.

2 year old riding the Duplo Train

5. Duplo Splash Pad

One thing is for sure, almost year round you need to beat the heat. The Duplo Splash Pad is a great place to take a little break and cool off.

6. The Duplo Tot Spot

Right across from the splash pad you will find the next play place for your toddler. This is a cute little shaded area where your child can play pretend in the house or build with giant sized rubber legos. They can also slide down a perfect toddler sized slide.

7. The Forestman’s Hideout

As you leave Duplo Valley you will head into Lego Kingdoms. The Forestman’s Hideout can be found across from The Royal Joust ride. This is a great place to get energy out. It is an elevated wooden platform where your little one can walk through the maze like structure. There is a rope climb that your two year old may want to try. There’s not much to it, but it’s a great place to explore.

8. The Lost Kingdom Adventure

The Lost Kingdom Adventure is a great ride where your little one uses a laser blaster to shoot interactive Lego characters. The ride also keeps score so older siblings can compete to see who can get the most points. This ride is appropriate for your two-year old dependent upon what types of things scare them. It is a dark ride and there are some things that possibly would scare a two-year old-spiders, mummies, etc. You can watch our video below to see a preview of the ride.

9. Pharaoh’s Revenge

Pharaoh’s Revenge is a play area your two year old is sure to love. It is a two story play structure full of fun. Your little one can choose to climb to the top to shoot soft balls down at the people below. They then can go below and help send the balls back up to the people at the top with tubes of air. You definitely can spend a good amount of time here but it does get a little hot so be sure to hit the misting fan just outside the structure.

10. Safari Trek

This next ride is sure to be a favorite of your two year old. Just be prepared it is one of the longer lines in the park. Also be prepared that your child must be at least 34″ to ride. Jonah is on the shorter end so it was not until recently that he was able to ride this one. This is an adorable ride where your child gets to drive through the safari and see many lego animals.

11. Ninjago

Ninjago is a fantastic ride that any child that can sit up on their own can ride. You are a ninja fighting the bad guys by waving your hand over a circular sensor. It is a fun ride. However, it was definitely too extreme for my Jonah. As you can see in the video below there are very large screens with images such as snakes. There are also very loud noises. If your child does not mind these things then Ninjago may be for them.

12. Lego City Show

Our next feature of Legoland for toddlers is the Lego City Show. Unfortunately this show is only available on weekends and special dates so be sure to check your show guide to see if it is available.

13. Pirates Cove Ski Show

The ski show is definitely one of our family favorites. No matter how many times we go to Legoland we are always sure to catch the ski show. It has spectacular water skiing and an adorable storyline to go along with it. Again be sure to check your show guide to be sure not to miss it. On slower days they typically have 2 shows and busier days there are 3.

Our two year old at Legoland with friends from the Pirates Cove Ski Show.
Our friends from the Pirates Cove Ski Show.

14. Cypress Gardens

Located right next to the ski show is the old Cypress Gardens. Back before Legoland, the park was Cypress Gardens. Legoland has taken measures to be sure to preserve the original gardens established more than 75 years ago. It is a great place to see some beautiful plants and flowers. Be sure to check out the amazing Banyan tree planted back in 1939.

A picture of a banyan tree.

15. Imagination Zone

Another great place to get a break from the heat is in the Imagination Zone. The Imagination Zone is a great place to have some hands on play. From the Lego pits filled with Legos to play in to building your own Lego car to race you are sure to find something your two year old will enjoy.

16. Boating School

Another family favorite is boating school. On this ride your two year old can take the wheel and drive their little boat through a path. While driving there are cute Lego characters to observe. The best part of this ride is the laughter that will ensue once you realize that the boat is not on a track.

As a heads up this is usually one of the longest rides in the park. If you are getting to the park when it opens I would suggest getting this ride in first to avoid the longer lines later in the day.

17. Rescue Academy

Rescue Academy is an adorable ride. Your child gets to pretend to be a firefighter while mom or/and dad get a work out :). There are four fire trucks that race to put out fires. You will pump your firetruck down to the end of the track. Next, you jump out and use a water hose to put out your fire. You then jump back in your fire truck and race back to the beginning.

Kids Standing In Front Of Rescue Academy

18. Duplo Tot Spot

This air-conditioned play place is located at the very back of the park. It is another great place designated for children under 2 to have their own place to play. With airplane themed rubber play structures it is sure to entertain your little one.

19. Miniland USA

Miniland is a great place to see some amazing Lego creations. Your little one can also go around and push the buttons to experience different features. All of our children enjoy this area with the favorite being the space shuttle that launches.

20. Character Meet & Greets

The character meet & greets are a great way to capture photos of your favorite Lego characters. Be sure to check out the show schedule for the times the characters are available.

BONUS: Battle Of Bricksburg

At the time of this writing, the Lego Movie World is just opening. This is a great new area of Legoland Florida. The ride that your two-year-old will be able to ride is the Battle Of Bricksburg. Be Prepared you will get wet on this ride. On this ride you travel on a boat spraying the Duplo Alien Invaders. It is a fun slow ride with a lot of water which is always fun for the whole family!

We Love The New Lego Movie World!

Other Things To Consider

Legoland is a pretty big park. I would highly suggest you bring your own stroller or rent one at the park. Our favorite strollers are Bob Single Stroller, Bob Double Stroller and Peg Perego.

You will need sunscreen and a sun hat is always nice. The majority of the year Central Florida weather is HOT so you’ll want to be sure to have the necessary supplies to keep your little one protected. Our favorite toddler sun hat is the iplay sun hat.

The water park (if open-check the schedule before you go) is great for little ones as well. You will need your child’s bathing suit and a towel. I would also recommend a pair of flip flops for the whole family to wear in the bathroom while changing.

Sometimes it is difficult to imagine all that Legoland has to offer for little ones so we also made a video that covers shows our two year old at Legoland.

We hope you have a wonderful time visiting Legoland. If you have further questions regarding Legoland, Florida we would love to hear from you below! Stay peachy!


43 thoughts on “What Can My Two Year Old Do At Legoland Florida?”

  1. I loved Legoland – we took our kids when it first opened in Florida and they were pretty small – maybe 5 and 8 – can’t quite remember, but they loved it.

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  2. Legoland sounds like a blast especially for the little ones. We never made it there, but will recommend for others for sure. So many great activities, will for sure fill up a day!

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    • There really is so much to do. My 8 year old loves Legoland but he also loves Legos. If your son loves Legos you should definitely go. They have a couple of roller coasters and the new Lego Movie section is really fun. They also have a fantastic ski show that we watch every time we go πŸ™‚ We cover a lot of the rides on our youtube channel-Peachy Keenes if you have a couple of minutes to watch. Thanks for commenting-Stay Peachy πŸ™‚

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      • I also meant to say that there are several places with BOGO tickets so be sure to check around before you go. I think I saw them at McDonalds and Sonic πŸ™‚

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  3. I’ve lived in Orlando for 10 years and never been to Legoland. We don’t have kids, but it looks fun for adults too. Adulting is overrated, sometimes being a kid again is just plain fun

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    • Hera,
      Bummer that you haven’t been to Legoland. It is a great park! I agree-being a kid really is fun πŸ™‚ Hope you can check it out one day πŸ™‚

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  4. Wonderful tips!!! Good to know there’s so much there for a little one. We aren’t too far from legoland San Diego, so hopefully the same is true there!

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    • Thank you! I’ve never been to Legoland in San Diego but I would guess that the two parks are pretty similar. I hope you can make it out there. It really is a great park πŸ™‚

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  5. I haven’t had a chance to visit Legoland Florida yet, even though it is just about an hour away. My husband did a trip with two of our kids and they really enjoyed it. It’s nice to know that there are so many activities for little ones. Sounds like lots of fun!

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    • It is such a great park! I hope you will be able to make it out there with your family again soon πŸ™‚ Stay peachy!

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    • Yes! That’s awesome that your teens enjoy it. My husband and I enjoy it just as much as the kids πŸ™‚ Thanks for commenting-stay peachy!

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    • Tricia,
      It really is a great time! I am sure your grandson and you both would have a great time! You should definitely check it out πŸ™‚

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  6. We’ve never been to Legoland, but have always brought it up as a potential family vacation destination. Your review was great! We have an 18 month old isn’t quite old enough yet, but when she is, we may finally take that trip to Legoland!

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    • Willy,
      I’m happy my post was so helpful! I hope you are able to make it. It really is such a great place and you can definitely make a full vacation of it with all the wonderful things to do in Central Florida. Thanks for your kind comment. Happy travels & Stay Peachy!

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  7. We are a Lego-loving family (and our son’s now in college). Such a great list to share so those with toddlers know there is so much to experience – no matter what age.

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    • Lori,
      You’ll definitely have to give it a try. I think your family would really enjoy it πŸ™‚ Stay Peachy!

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    • It really is great. Bummer you were never able to make it. Maybe you can make it if you visit Central Florida in the future!

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    • My husband and I went over one day just by ourselves πŸ™‚ Our kids don’t like the rollercoasters and we wanted to ride them. We had such a fun time πŸ™‚

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  8. Do they restrict the little ones from going on the bigger areas/rides if they wanted to? How do they know their age or is it by height?

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    • Hey Alicia,
      Most of the rides are restricted by a minimum height-some of the toddler rides they just say no handheld babies. You can grab free ride heights cheat sheet at the top of this post by clicking on the link in the first paragraph. This would probably help you identify which rides your little one will be able to ride πŸ™‚ Let me know if you have any other questions. Hope you are able to make it to Legoland-it’s such a great time! Stay Peachy πŸ™‚

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    • Yes we love it and I agree-to have playland become a reality is pretty Awesome-everything is awesome-ha! Happy Travels!

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    • Jennifer,
      Yes it’s neat to see the aspects of Cypress Gardens that are still there. The Gardens are still there and the great ski show still happens. Thanks for stopping by and commenting! Stay Peachy!

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