LEGOLAND Florida Christmas Bricktacular Offers LEGO Santa's Breakfast & LEGO Santa's Christmas Workshop
We previewed two experiences at LEGOLAND Florida that are premium upgrades to a Christmas Bricktacular day at the park: LEGO Santa's Breakfast and LEGO Santa's Christmas Workshop. These are both fantastic ways to add on to the fun of a LEGOLAND Christmas Bricktactular day! These activities are not available every day, but they are available more often than LEGOLAND Christmas Bricktacular, which runs from December 17-18, 24-30, 2016.
The events are both held at Magnolia Mansion, which is a more historic building on the property from 1941. While guests can't go upstairs, it was really nice to be able to go inside.
We found our seat for LEGO Santa's Breakfast easily.
Each family receives a LEGO ornament to take home. Each child also receives a LEGO minifigure.
We met LEGO Santa and Mrs. Claus. Each family also receives a photo with LEGO Santa.
We were able to get Mrs. Claus and Santa's elf in our personal photo as well.
Here is our video meeting the different characters during the two events!
This is the elegant entryway to Magnolia Mansion.
These trees have LEGO ornaments.
I like this Christmas LEGO painting on the wall.
Breakfast offers a number of items on the buffet, and also includes juice, hot tea and coffee.
There are waffles and fruit.
French toast and a berry sauce.
Scrambled eggs to the left, and a fritatta to the right.
Bacon and sausage.
The options aren't endless, but the basics are here and a few other items. I enjoyed everything I tried.
The bread pudding was very popular.
And there are biscuits with gravy.
Here is our photo, which is really a nice quality presentation.
We also filled out our wish for Santa Claus and put it in his mailbox.
Letters to Santa mailbox.
A LEGO toy soldier played with the kids - there was a decent amount of activity time.
The Toy Soldier plays with a hula hoop.
For LEGO Santa's Breakfast, the price is $35 per person plus tax ages 3 and up.
Next, we came back the same day for LEGO Santa's Workshop. This is the same price as the breakfast, and offers a model building session. This was a ton of fun! We also received a LEGO figure to wear, an elf hat with ears.
This is how the tables looked upon arrival to the event. Bottled water and our LEGO model were on the table. Since we were being given a preview by LEGOLAND, I did ask if anything we received was different than other guests would. The answer was no, this is basically how every guest should experience it.
We met LEGO Santa and LEGO Toy Soldier. A printed family photo is included with this experience.
Hot chocolate is available. I think to the right is chocolate milk as well.
Several different types of cookies were out.
I have not always been very successful with LEGO models, but I actually made it through this one without help on every step.
Guests learn how to build the model from a LEGO Master Model Builder.
My LEGO pieces scattered on the table.
The finished product was a LEGO Santa.
Jeff poses with his model build. I liked having the information on the screen to pick out pieces and see what the model should look like during the process.
The LEGO Christmas tree was finished on the day we were there.
Christmas Bricktacular is just around the corner, followed by Kids' New Years Eve on December 31st!
We recommend both experiences - if I had to choose just one, it would be LEGO Santa's Workshop because I don't get to build LEGO models with a Master Model Builder often, but we had a fun, relaxed day doing both (and running around the park a little). We are LEGOLAND Annual Passholders and always look forward to our time in the park.
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