Peppa Pig Theme Park At Legoland Florida Announced For 2022

Get ready for muddy puddles and some good, clean family fun.

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Popular preschool animated series Peppa Pig will be getting its own dedicated theme park within Legoland Florida sometime in 2022, according to Hasbro, which acquired the show and its parent company Entertainment One in 2019. Hasbro shared the news on Twitter.

According to Yahoo! Entertainment, the park "will feature multiple rides, interactive attractions, themed playscapes, water play areas and fun live daily shows for Peppa Pig fans and their parents. Kids will have the opportunity to play in Peppa Pig's favorite 'muddy puddles' as well." While the United States continues to recover and navigate a path back to normalcy from the coronavirus, Legoland Florida Resort is currently open for guests with "enhanced health and safety precautions." As of this writing, the resort is operating at reduced capacity.

A quick fun fact about this upcoming theme park: It is not the series' first foray into such an attraction. In 2011, Peppa Pig World opened in the United Kingdom. This decade-old forerunner has nine rides including George's Dinosaur Adventure and Grampy Rabbit's Sailing Club. That year also saw the release of the Peppa Pig: Theme Park Fun video game.

Since debuting in 2004, Peppa Pig has been broadcast in over 180 countries and has spanned six seasons, 316 episodes, and one film. It also spawned a series of tie-in books.

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