WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Peppa Pig's first standalone theme park will open in central Florida early next year.
Legoland revealed Tuesday that Peppa Pig Theme Park will open February 24, 2022, a year after it was first announced. It's based on the popular animated British TV show "Peppa Pig" and will be geared specifically toward preschoolers and their families.
"Every corner of the charming new park is crafted with preschoolers in mind, from their first roller coaster rides with their parents and free fair games for the whole family, to an all-terrain course where they will pedal tricycles through a sensory-rich trail and a colorful splash pad that celebrates 'muddy puddles' jumping fun!" according to Legoland's press release. "Through every experience, families will snort, giggle, and create their family’s first theme park memories together with Peppa and her friends."
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While there is a Peppa Pig World that is part of Paultons Park in England, this will be the first standalone theme park solely dedicated to Peppa Pig and her friends.
The Florida park will feature six themed playscapes, a water play area and six rides, including Peppa Pig's Balloon Ride and Daddy Pig's Roller Coaster.
Where is Peppa Pig Theme Park?
The park will sit on 4.5 acres near Legoland Florida in Winter Haven.That's just over an hour away from Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
How much are tickets?
Tickets, annual passes and vacation packages are already on sale. Single-day tickets start at $30.99 online and $34.99 at the park. They can be bundled with multi-day Legoland Florida tickets, startingat $134.99 online. Annual passes are $74.99.
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Contributing: Eve Chen, USA TODAY
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