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Legoland Goes Green for St. Patrick’s Day!

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Green4WINTER HAVEN, FLA. (March 16, 2014) – LEGOLAND Florida was “going green” Sunday night as all 219,000 gallons in The Quest for CHI turned bright green in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.

Cragger the Crocodile from The LEGO® World of Chima™, presented by Cartoon Network, turned the water from the Quest for CHI ride the staple holiday color after sneaking past his rival Laval the Lion to dump green coloring into the signature ride, The Quest for CHI. By the end of the night, Mount Cavora, which stands 55 feet from the ground and rushes 1,000 gallons of water every minute, flowed  green, giving park guests a unique St. Patrick’s Day photo opportunity.

The LEGO World of Chima, presented by Cartoon Network, is a highly-themed area with a thrilling interactive ride and attractions for visitors of all ages, adding to the park’s already exciting line up of more than 50 rides, shows and attractions. Opened to guests last July, the centerpiece attraction, The Quest for CHI, features an interactive water ride where guests will set on an otherworldly adventure, firing water cannons to help save the CHI.

Cragger and Laval are main characters in the LEGO Legends of Chima™ product line and on the popular TV series of the same name on Cartoon Network. The two characters can regularly be found in the park greeting guests. The water will remain green throughout St.Patrick’s Day.

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Donna Zeigler Roucoulet

Tuesday 18th of March 2014

I have several lego fanatics in my house. They would LOVE to visit Legoland one day. I'm going to show them your post - they will love it!

Jen Kleinot

Monday 17th of March 2014

My daughter would love to go to LegoLand, but it seems that a trip all the way to Florida is going to have to wait for another year. Very cute that they went green for St. Patty's Day. ^_^