East County-based Foundation for Dreams, a nonprofit that provides therapeutic camping programs for children with special needs, has been chosen again to participate in LEGOLAND Florida discounted tickets.
Now through July 29, residents can purchase a tickets for adult and children for $30 apiece. Tickets will be valid for the LEGOLAND Florida Theme Park only, but guests can pay $15 more to upgrade their tickets to include the water park the day of their visit.
Tickets will be valid Aug. 17 through Sept. 29.
A total of 5,000 tickets will be sold through the fundraiser.
Tickets must be purchased through the Foundation for Dreams’ website, at foundationfordreams.org, and cannot be sold through social-media sites.
LEGOLAND is a 150-acre interactive them park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions.
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