First look: Peppa Pig attractions and rides revealed for new theme park

Scheduled to open in 2022

Daddy Pig's Roller Coaster coming to Peppa Pig theme park (Merlin Entertainment)

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – The company behind Legoland shared new renderings Thursday of the rides and attractions coming to the world’s first Peppa Pig theme park in Florida.

Beginning in 2022, the popular children’s character, known for her British accent and content for preschoolers, will have an all-new standalone theme park.

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The new theme park will feature multiple rides, interactive attractions, themed playscapes and water areas complete with “muddy puddles.”

Some of the new rides include Daddy Pig’s Roller Coaster, Grampy Rabbit’s Dinosaur Adventure, Grandad Dog’s Pirate Boat Ride, Peppa Pig’s Balloon Ride and so many others.

Grandad Dog's Pirate Boat Ride (Merlin Entertainment)

Other attractions for families inside the park include Peppa Pig’s Treehouse, Rebecca Rabbit’s Playground, a movie theater, free fair games and even a muddy puddle splash pad that will be complete with slides, water surprises and fun.

Peppa Pig Muddy Puddles (Merlin Entertainment)

The new theme park will be separately ticketed and will be within walking distance to Legoland Hotel, Legoland Pirate Island Hotel and the entrance to Legoland Florida Theme Park.

Merlin Entertainment, which runs Legoland parks, has entered an exclusive multi-territory agreement with Hasbro, which owns Peppa Pig.

Peppa Pig's Balloon Ride (Merlin Entertainment)

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Landon joined News 6 in 2017. He grew up in Southern Illinois and graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelors degree in TV and digital media. When he is not at work you can catch him at one of Orlando's theme parks or the beach. Before working at News 6 he worked for stations in Miami and Fort Myers.