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Legoland Water Park at Gardaland

The Legoland Water Park at Gardaland, a water-themed addition to the Gardaland Resort, is a must-visit for LEGO enthusiasts.

Accessible only through the central theme park, it’s a favorite among locals and tourists, offering a full day of family fun.

This article covers everything you need to know before buying Legoland Park tickets.

Various Gardaland Park tickets prices are listed below:

Gardaland Park TicketsTicket Prices
1-Day Gardaland Park ticket €48
Gardaland + SEA LIFE Aquarium €51
Gardaland SEA LIFE Aquarium€9
Gardaland Park: 2-Day Consecutive Ticket€59

What to Expect at Legoland Water Park

Legoland Water Park features eight themed areas for guests aged 2 to 12 years.

Miniland: 

A spectacular miniature version of Italy’s famous landmarks, constructed with over 4 million Lego bricks. 

Highlights include a 4-meter-wide Colosseum, a 2-meter Tower of Pisa, and the Basilica and Bell Tower of St. Mark’s Square.

LEGO River Adventure: 

Customize your raft with Lego blocks and navigate around the Miniland monuments.

Beach Party: 

This lively area features slides, a large tipping bucket, swings, and water-shooting cannons.

DUPLO Splash: 

A penguin-themed splash area, perfect for young children.

Jungle Adventures: 

Ideal for older kids and tweens, with fun tube slides like Jumbo Rapids, Crocodile Creek, and Flamingo Halls.

Jungle Oasis: 

Encounter LEGO-built jungle creatures and play in the crocodile pond.

Pirate Bay: 

A family-friendly swimming area surrounded by giant Lego sculptures.

LEGO Creation Island: 

A creative space where you can build various Lego structures, including pirate ships.

Where to Book Tickets

Tickets for Legoland Water Park are available in advance at Gardaland or online at the attraction.

Online ticket prices are cheaper than attraction tickets.

By purchasing online, you can avoid the long queues at the ticket counter.

If you book in advance, you also get your preferred time.

Since attractions sell limited tickets, booking tickets in advance helps avoid last-minute disappointment.

How Online Tickets Work

Visit the Gardaland booking page and choose your preferred date and ticket number to get it instantly.

You will receive the tickets via email immediately after purchase.

No need to pick up a printed book.

On the day of your visit, walk directly to the door and enter by showing your e-ticket on your smartphone.

Cost of Legoland Water Park Tickets

The 1-Day Gardaland Park ticket, including Legoland Water Park access, costs €25 for visitors aged ten and above. 

Entry is free for children under 1 meter (3.3 feet)  tall and for those with disabilities who require assistance.

Visiting Gardaland with younger kids? Check out the Gardaland’s Peppa Pig Land

One-day Legoland Water Park tickets

One-day Legoland Water Park tickets
Image: Legoland.com

You can only get access to Legoland if you buy a ticket to Gardaland Park, as the water park is part of the amusement park.

This ticket gives you access to all Gardaland rides, the playground, Peppa Pigland and Legoland water park.

See real-life replicas of Italy’s most famous monuments, or wander through the LEGO River Adventure.

Remember to bring your passport or ID card to Gardaland Resort.

Children under the height of 100 cm and people who require assistance due to disabilities are allowed on the premises without a ticket. 

Ticket Price:

Adult Ticket: €48

Two-day Legoland Water Park tickets

We recommend getting a 2-Day Gardaland park ticket as you will need at least two days to access Legoland Water Park and the rest of Gardaland.

Get ready to explore one of the most exciting places in Gardaland and explore other park areas at your own pace.

You need to print a voucher if you receive this ticket so they can track the days.

Ticket Price

Gardaland Park: 2-Day open date entry ticket
Valid for Adult & Children: €53

Legoland Water Park Timings

Peak Season (July to September): Open daily from 10 am to 11 pm.

April to June: Open from 10 am to 6 pm.

Closed from October to March, except on weekends and during the Christmas break. 
Check the official calendar for updated timings.

Best Time to Visit

Best Time to Visit
Image: Legoland.com

Maximize your experience at Legoland Gardaland by arriving right at the opening time of 10 am. 

An early start gives you ample opportunity to enjoy the water rides and relax in the pools, all with the added benefit of fewer crowds. 

For an optimal visit, schedule your trip during the summer months. Italy’s summer season offers the perfect backdrop for a memorable day at Legoland.

How long does it take

You could easily spend an entire day at Legoland Water Park, as the eight themed areas will keep you and your kids busy.

Consider getting a 2-day ticket to Gardaland so you can spend enough time at the Legoland water park.

Know Before You Go

  • Legoland is suitable for children aged 2 to 12, with adult supervision required.
  • Teens aged 12 to 17 can enter without an adult.
  • Children under 1 meter enter free.
  • A maximum of 2 children per adult is allowed.
  • It is recommended that swimming caps be worn; you should tie your long hair.
  • Baby changing rooms are available in all bathrooms.
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • Free Wi-Fi is available.

FAQs

How can I purchase tickets for Legoland Water Park at Gardaland?

Tickets for Legoland Water Park at Gardaland can be purchased online or at the theme park entrance. We recommend purchasing your tickets online to avoid last minute disappointment.

Do children need to be accompanied by an adult to access Legoland Water Park?

Yes, children up to the age of 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times to enjoy the rides at the water park.

Can minors enter the Legoland Water Park without an adult?

Children from 14 to 17 years old can enter the water park without an adult.

Are pets allowed? 

No, pets are not permitted in the water park.

Featured Image: Gardaland.it

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