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LEGOLAND New York postpones its grand opening by one year

Written by
Danielle Valente

We regret to inform you that you're going to have to be patient just a little bit longer—one year, to be exact. 

LEGOLAND New York, which was slated to open for business on July 4, 2020, has just announced that it will postpone its grand opening until 2021 as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. 

“Nothing is more important to us than the health, safety and security of our team, the partners we work with and the communities we serve,” LEGOLAND New York Resort Divisional Director Stephanie Johnson said in a statement. “We are in an unprecedented situation that has affected businesses worldwide. By opening LEGOLAND New York Resort in 2021, we are building an attraction that not only meets our high standards, it also gives our guests the best possible experience.” 

We know your engineers-in-the-making are probably weeping at the news, but assure them that not only will they have a wonderful—and most importantly safe—experience next year, but they'll actually be able to spend the night! Although the park was gearing up for a summer 2020 opening, the resort itself wasn't going to open until 2021 anyway. Now, you'll have no choice but to make a weekend out of your trip to Goshen. 

According to the press release, previously purchased annual passes and single-day tickets will be honored next year. If your family made plans via LEGOLAND Vacations, you'll be one of the first customers to book in 2021. 

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