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Legoland announces new ride and 3D/4D film for 2018

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  • Legoland announces new ride and 3D/4D film for 2018

    http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/24...ride-for-2018/
    Legoland California is going 3D and under the sea for 2018.

    The Carlsbad theme park announced a new 3D/4D experience movie called “LEGO Ninjago, Master of the 4th Dimension” that will open at the park in January 2018 and the new LEGO City: Deep Sea Adventure ride scheduled to open in the summer.

    Peter Ronchetti, general manager of Legoland California said “LEGO Ninjago, Master of the 4th Dimension” would open in all Legoland theme parks around the world at the same time.

    Along with the film, Ronchetti announced the park’s largest ride investment yet with the addition of LEGO City: Deep Sea Adventure, which is scheduled to go under the sea in July 2018.
    This submarine ride is what SeaWorld's submarine ride should have been. How embarrassing that a park like Legoland can build better rides than a much bigger park like SeaWorld.

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