Let It Snow in Carlsbad

Snow days start this weekend at Legoland.

Just because we live in Carlsbad doesn’t mean we don’t get to experience snow. A local attraction is giving us a month (and then some) of snow days! 

’s annual begin this weekend. The snow celebration lasts through Jan. 2 with various holiday happenings during the Snow Days, but this weekend kicks things off and is a great chance to go before things get hectic with Thanksgiving and Christmas.

This year, Legoland is bringing something new to the mix—real snow! Families can frolic in the white stuff and even make giant snowmen with noses, eyes, buttons and more made out of Lego accessories. There will even be targets to practice throwing your handmade snowballs at.

And as exciting as real snow in Carlsbad is, there is plenty more to do at the Legoland Hoilday Snow Days. Beginning on Nov. 19 and running through Dec. 31, the musical Let It Snow will be performed daily at Legoland and from Dec. 1-24, a nightly tree lighting ceremony will take place, with an on Nov. 28 with .

For those waiting out the snow until after Christmas, a special fireworks show will go off every night from Dec. 26-31.

There will be plenty of more Lego activities during the holiday snow days—take your picture with Lego Santa and his block-built reindeer and check out the world’s largest Christmas tree constructed out of the colorful plastic blocks.

Holiday Snow Days start this Saturday, Nov. 19 and run though Jan. 2. Admission for a one-day ticket is $59 for children and seniors and $69 for adults, with the snow days included in that price. Anyone who buys a ticket from Nov. 19-Dec. 31 can receive a second return day ticket for free! All you have to do is take your purchased ticket to Guest Information Desk inside the park and you’ll get another ticket free to use after the holidays, from Jan. 1-March 31, 2012.

Enjoy the snow while it’s here!


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