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New Peppa Pig theme park set to open in Legoland Florida


The park is opening next year (Picture: Legoland Florida)

A new Peppa Pig theme park is set to open next year as part of Legoland Resort Florida, with rides, muddy puddles, and everything else a fan of the show could want.

Although the park will be part of Legoland, it will be its own separate park, just a short walk away from the rest of the fun.

We currently know that it’s due to open in 2022, but have not released specific details about what might be inside.

Envisioned images of the park have been released though, hinting that there will be a fun fair area with a hot air balloon ride, Peppa mascots to meet, and fairground games.

Information on the website for the park reads: ‘Snort, giggle & play in a theme park, exclusively designed for “little piggies” with multiple interactive rides & attractions, themed play areas complete with “muddy puddles” water play and fun live shows!

Head in through a rainbow arch (Picture: Legoland Florida)

‘Meet Peppa and her family on your child’s best day ever as you make your first theme park memories together.’

Sat just outside of Orlando (around a 45 minute drive) in Winter Haven, the Legoland Resort in Florida currently has two hotels – including one that’s pirate themed – and a wider park.

We spy a hot air balloon ride (Picture: Legoland Florida)

When the new Peppa Pig park opens, guests will need a separate ticket to get in. Separate memberships will be available for frequent visitors, or certain Merlin passes can also be used for entry.

You can sign up for updates right here.

Here in the UK we already have a Peppa Pig park – located in Paultons Park in Hampshire.

If you’d rather take the little ones transatlantic, however, wait for 2022 to see their faces light up at giant Peppa.

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