One dominant decoration should be the 30-foot Christmas tree made of 270,000 green Lego and Duplo bricks. It will be erected in The Beginning - a.k.a., the park's entrance. The first lighting ceremony will take place Monday, Dec. 5., and a family will be selected to assist with the lighting each night from Dec. 8 to Dec. 31.
Santa Claus will be stationed in the botanical gardens area and available for photos.
On Dec. 31, Legoland Florida will celebrate Kids' New Year's Eve, which features fireworks at an unusual time -- what Legoland refers to as midnight KST or "Kid Standard Time," more commonly known as 7 p.m. Eastern Time.
The holiday events are included in regular park admission.
To double-check days and hours of operation of Legoland Florida, go to www.florida.legoland.com.