Construction has begun on the first ever Peppa Pig theme park

The first-ever Peppa Pig theme park unveiled its development on Thursday.

During a hard hat tour, a select group of media were invited inside to learn more about the planned rides, attractions, and amenities.

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A brand-new independent theme park for the iconic children’s heroine, famed for her British accent and material geared toward toddlers, will open in 2022, just a few feet from Legoland.

There will be several rides, interactive attractions and themed playscapes, as well as “muddy puddles” in the water.

“What you’re going to get is a full day of fun for all ages and demographics, but really this is for our youngest ‘piggies.’ So that 2 to 6-year-old is really our wheelhouse to come and experience everything. All the rides were designed with that in mind. They can play, ride and do everything we have to offer”

Peppa Pig Project Director Keith Carr

Daddy Pig’s Roller Coaster is one of the attractions.

“Mr. Bull’s digging up the road” will send guests on a twisty investigation of Daddy Pig’s new shortcut, according to tour guides.

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“It’s thrilling enough for a child to experience their first roller coaster, but not going to be too intimidating for the youngest of piggies,” Carr explained.

Some of the other attractions include Grampy Rabbit’s Dinosaur Adventure, Grandad Dog’s Pirate Boat Ride, and the colorful Peppa Pig’s Balloon Ride.

There will be a Peppa Pig Treehouse, Rebecca Rabbit’s Playground, free fair games, and a muddy puddle splash pad with slides, water surprises, and fun.

To meet her, families can wander around the park with Peppa Pig and her friends.

A separate ticket is required for the new park, which is within walking distance of the Legoland Hotel, Legoland Pirate Island Hotel, and Legoland Florida Theme Park’s entrance.

Hasbro, which owns Peppa Pig, and Merlin Entertainment, which operates Legoland parks, have signed into an exclusive multi-territory partnership.

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