55,667 Lego bricks later…

03 April 2019

55,667 Lego bricks later…

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We teamed up with Jessica and Faolán Farrell – internationally renowned Lego artists – from Rathangan, Co. Kildare, to create a show-stopping Lego replica of the Subtropical Swimming Paradise. The prizeworthy 2-metre x 1.5-metre Lego model took 105 days to build using 55,667 Lego bricks!

The Subtropical Swimming Paradise at our newest village – Longford Forest – will be Ireland’s largest indoor water park and promises to offer Irish families a slice of paradise. Heated to 29.5C all year round and nestled amongst lush green tropical plants, all the way from the Netherlands.

The 3,500m2 the Subtropical Swimming Paradise will provide endless hours of fun for the whole family, with a family wave pool, our Wild Water Rapids and 350m of exhilarating rides and slides. Coming to Center Parcs Longford Forest are the Tropical Cyclone, a family raft ride with a gravity-defying drop; the Typhoon, a two-seater ride with drops, swings and speeds of up to 45km/ph; and the Twister a thrilling family body slide.

To experience our Subtropical Swimming Paradise, book your next break to Center Parcs.



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