A brand new several acre experience opens Wednesday at Legoland Florida.
"The World of Chima" adds 2 million Lego bricks and three whole new experiences for children and their families to enjoy.
The park is debuting a set around a whole new Lego brand, cartoon, trading card game, the whole gamut, and debuted to a select few hardcore young fans on Tuesday.
"We're looking for the chi -- because its the energy force that all the animal tribes use," Alexander, a child and fan explained to us.
The back story focuses on Laval the prince tiger and his once-friend Cragger who duel for "chi," an energy source.
One section of the park is dedicated to the racer toys, another is a misty, swamp-themed water area.
But the crowd-favorite piece at the grand opening on Tuesday, was the "Quest for Chi" a water ride that allows its riders to shoot water cannons.
ABC Action News had a special sneak peek, and the new ride had two thumbs up from everyone we spoke to.
"It was awesome! I got soaked said Mario, a young fan.
Janice Henderson a mother also approved.
"Best ride of the park!," she said.
Florida families also qualify for a $99 annual pass, that comes with no blackout dates, free parking, and admission to the water park as well.
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