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World's first standalone Peppa Pig theme park to open in 2022 in Florida

Oct. 16, 2021
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World's first standalone Peppa Pig theme park to open in 2022 in Florida
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Legoland’s Florida Resort in Winter Haven, Florida will welcome a new amusement park on February 24, 2022. That's when the world's first standalone Peppa Pig Theme Park opens, with a slew of attractions for fans of the British animated series.

Designed for the preschool crowd, the new park features six rides and playscapes, a water play area and other experiences that promise to be oinktastic.

Attractions include the Pirate Island Sand Play, a “Muddy Puddles” splash pad and a Fun Fair. “Daddy Pig’s Rollercoaster” promises gentle small twists and turns while buckled up in a shiny red car. And, “Peppa Pig’s Balloon” offers great views from a floating, family-friendly carousel ride.

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One-day tickets for the park are $34.99 at the gate and $30.99 online. Several combo deals are available that include Legoland and Legoland Florida Waterpark. An annual pass is $79.99 and includes admission, free standard parking and discounts on regular day admission tickets to the Peppa Pig Theme Park, Legoland Theme Park and the waterpark.

Family vacation packages are available for the three onsite hotels at Legoland: The Legoland Hotel, with rates from $216.24 per person; the Legoland Pirate Island Hotel from $221.24 per person and Legoland Beach Retreat from $201.24 per person.

Legoland has locations all across the U.S. in California, Florida and New York along with sites in Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Dubai, Denmark, Germany and Windsor, UK.

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