With the spread of COVID-19 hitting Florida especially hard, Winter Haven, where the park is located, had issued an emergency ordinance to go in effect today at 5PM. Due to this ordinance LEGOLAND will now require guests ages 8 and up to wear a mask inside of buildings and attractions.
NEW: LEGOLAND Florida will now require guests 8+ to wear masks when inside buildings/attractions.
The change is part of Winter Haven’s emergency ordinance that goes into effect Tuesday at 5 pm. pic.twitter.com/zDuBRCAtP7
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) July 14, 2020
From the tweet, a LEGOLAND has added this information:
“Face masks or facial coverings will be required for all guests eight years of age and older inside all indoor areas and attractions at LEGOLAND Florida Resort, in accordance with the emergency ordinance set forth by the City of Winter Haven. Inside areas include indoor rides and attractions, restrooms, changing rooms, theaters and restaurants when not actively eating. All guests eight years of age and older will be required to have a mask to enter the Park, Water Park and Hotels, and they are encouraged to bring their own facial coverings from home. LEGOLAND Florida Resort will continue to provide complimentary masks, including kid-sized masks, to guests who do not bring one from home. Guests can learn more about all the ways LEGOLAND is making it safe on the Resort’s mobile app, or by visiting: https://www.legoland.com/florida/ways-we-are-making-it-safe-to-visit/“
Please keep this in mind when visiting LEGOLAND after 5PM EST today.
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Source: Scott Gustin Twitter