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Sure, New York has some of the best restaurants, museums and fall foliage in the country, but if there’s one thing piece missing, it’s the lack of a brick-filled theme park. Until now, that is.

Legoland recently announced that it will be bringing its family-fun park to New York state in 2020 and we are freaking out. The $350 million theme park will be located in the Hudson Valley town of Goshen, about 60 miles northwest of New York City (and less than three hours from Boston). This will be the third (and most expensive) Legoland in the U.S. and the ninth in the world.

The park and resort will feature Lego-themed rides, shows and attractions, plus a 250-room hotel. Take a sneak peek at what the park will look like in the video below:

The park will be open from April to November each year. Ticket costs have yet to be announced but will likely be consistent with the prices at other Legoland parks (about $89 for children and $95 for adults). Bring on 2020.

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