Legoland California is getting ready to unveil their latest endeavor, the all new Ninjago World. Opening in just under one month, Ninjago World will feature a cutting edge 4D interactive ride aptly named: Ninjago The Ride, smaller attractions, food and shopping.
Riders will join Cole, Jay, Kai, Nya, Wu, Zane and Lloyd on an epic 4D journey to train like a ninja. Ninjao The Ride combines "maestro technology", 3D screens and backdrops, and so much more to literally bring the ride to life and immerse guests in a totally unique Ninjago experience.
The Ninjago characters are all "descendants of the Masters of Spinjitzu." Riders will be able to join the "Masters of Spinjitzu" and use the elements - fire, earth, lightening, water and ice to battle all with hand gestures and movements. Peppered throughout the ride will also be "easter eggs" for those loyal and excited repeat riders.
If you are traveling to Southern California and heading to Legoland in May, you have to take your family on Ninjago The Ride!
I was recently invited on a media "hard hat" tour where were able to see the construction progress and hear from the game creators, master builders, and some of the executive team. This ride is going to be epic. We got to walk on the ride tracks and travel the ride path.
Hard to believe the photo above will be transformed to the photo below!
Guests will be able to treat themselves to some delectable street style asian fusion cuisine before and after riding the Ninjago Ride. This isn't your average theme park food. It's a step above and delicious.
In one short month, guests will get to train like ninjas and will experience over one million legos in the form of one of a kind lego sculptures like this one of Kai.
Right now, Legoland California has a fantastic promotion where if you buy 1 ticket, you get 4 days free (includes admission to ALL three parks, Legoland, SeaLife aquarium and the Legoland Waterpark! That's 5 days of fun for the price of one. Definitely worth it if you are planning a Legoland vacation or are local to Southern California.