legoland florida dragon roller coaster
The Dragon Roller Coaster is one of the anchor rides here in Legoland Florida.
This green machine is fun for almost the whole family (depending on ages, as riders must be 40 inches tall to ride), as Lego lover’s young and old can enjoy this slightly thrilling ride through the Lego kingdom. This roller coaster starts the ride indoors with a behind-the-scenes view of castle life in Legoland. Climb aboard your dragon train and get ready for an enchanted journey. As you follow the green tracks into the castle, you will see scenes built entirely with Legos. Court jesters entertain, servants scurry around cleaning, and castle life bustles around you as you make your way through the castle.
LEGOLAND Florida's The Dragon is combination dark ride and family roller coaster. After the dark ride portion the coaster climbs a four story lift hill and begins a thrilling journey on a twisted layout with speeds reaching 29 miles-per-hour. When LEGOLAND Florida acquired this Vekoma "Roller Skater" coaster that was left behind from the old Cypress Gardens Adventure Park they extended it by adding the dark ride section before the original lift hill to create the new ride experience. The Dragon is one of the signature LEGOLAND Florida’s rides found at their theme parks. It is a popular attraction with the kids and adults. Some of the sets are interactive. For example, guests could activate the dragsters in the Daytona area. There was also a Pirate-themed area that was the only fictional Miniland that I remember. Speaking of which, Legoland just announced a Star Wars-themed area for 2013. Read more about the new Star Wars Miniland. I noticed people were lingering and really examining the different scenes for quite a while. It’s not what you typically come to a theme park for, but it was definitely worth some of your time. Aside from Miniland, there were also life-size and LEGO characters around the park. The adults and kids all love the dragon roller coaster in Florida. Especially, dragon roller coaster also popular with people in amusement park. Legoland Florida has four smaller roller coasters. None of them really fall into the extreme or even thrill category, but they do fit the park’s target audience. Dragon (images) combines a dark ride and a family roller coaster. It begins with the train moving passed knights and other medieval characters. This images can attract kids and adults mind easily.