Legoland New York is offering a temporary, reduced children’s ticket price

Legoland New York Resort is only open on weekends for the time being. But soon, starting Thursday, May 23, the Goshen theme park will be open all week, with a limited-time offer coming prior to that.

Through June 30, a one-day admission ticket for children is just $29 when you purchase a full-price adult ticket (from $54). Up to four child tickets can be purchased for that price per adult ticket.

Children must be between 2 and 12 years old. Tickets can be purchased at They are only valid on the selected date and must be used before June 30.

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New to Legoland New York this year is The Minifigure Skyflyer, a gondola-style ride that allows visitors to travel between the upper and lower levels of the 150-acre park. The Skyflyer, which will be operational this summer, is an interactive ride. Minifigures talk about how they designed and built the attraction, but they need help to make it fly.

Visitors help charge the gondola’s batteries and then follow a rainbow path to the disco floor of the boarding platform. Families are then invited to show off their dance moves.

There are seven themes for the Skyflyer, from pirates to space to disco. Once on board, the interaction continues, where you can learn to speak like a pirate, an alien language, or take part in a sing-along.

“There’s a lot to love at Legoland New York, but it’s a large resort and our fans asked us for more ways to move easily from the upper and lower levels of the park,” said Stephanie Johnson, division director of Legoland New York in a prepared statement. “We take our guests’ feedback seriously and the Minifigure Skyflyer gives them a way to do just that, while simultaneously sparking creativity, sparking imagination and inspiring movement through disco and dance.”

This article originally appeared in Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Legoland New York child ticket price reduced in limited time offer