In 2018, Legoland Florida announced that the World of Chima, which had opened in 2013, would be transformed into The Lego Movie World.
Based on the hit The Lego Movie that premiered in 2014, guests will walk into Bricksburg and experience three new attractions, patterned after iconic scenes from The Lego Movie and the upcoming The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. First, The Quest for Chi, a Mack Splash Battle attraction closed down in 2018 and, will be transformed into the “Battle for Bricksburg.” Guests will battle Duplo invaders from The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and will get soaked as they shoot water at targets and go through various splash effects.
Legoland Florida provided us with this concept art showing what the new area will look like. Legoland Florida
This model of The Lego Movie World was unveiled at IAAPA International Attraction Expo.
Legoland Florida provided us with this concept art of the Battle for Bricksburg. Legoland Florida
Second, the iconic Cloud Cuckoo Land from The Lego Movie will be rebuilt by Legoland Master Builders as guests will be able to soar into the sky on Unikitty’s Rainbow Drop. After crossing the Rainbow Portal, guests will bounce along Unikitty’s many personalities on a family tower attraction.
Unikitty’s Rainbow Drop concept art from Legoland Florida. Legoland Florida.
The headliner of The Lego Movie World was unveiled at IAAPA Attraction Expo, and it is the first Flying Theater experience at a Legoland park worldwide. The Lego Movie Masters of Flight features the all-new character from The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Sweet Mayhem alongside Emmett, Wyldstyle and others as guests will fly across Bricksburg in a new signature attraction for theme parks in Florida.
Brogent Technologies was selected as the ride vendor, and The Lego Movie Masters of Flight will be the world premiere of the new M-Ride, the next evolution of Flying Theaters. Taking the proven i-Ride seating unit, the M-Ride integrates the possibility of spinning guests around 180 degrees and allows them always to have an optimal seating position to face the giant high-resolution screen. Four Degrees-of-Freedom (4DOF) are possible for the programmers to design the best ride program and the spinning feature allows dramatic reveals for the show designers.
Brogent Technologies provided us with this concept art showing what an M-Ride theater could look like. For Legoland Florida, custom content will play on the screen with unique effects. Brogent Technologies
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