The park opens on Thursday (February 24), and while it'll technically be part of Legoland Florida Resort, it will have its own dedicated site. This will be the first time the immensely popular kids' cartoon has birthed an entire theme park (while Peppa Pig World already exists in the UK, it’s only a sub-area of the wider Paultons Park).
So let's get down to it. What's going to be lurking down in Peppa Pig land for your child (and, of course, you) to enjoy? Well, there will be six proper rides. They'll range from Daddy Pig's Roller Coaster, a pretty classic-style 'coaster, to Peppa Pig's Balloon Ride, a kind of spinning balloon attraction. But that isn't all: also included are a log flume, bike trail and 'dinosaur adventure', too.
And on top of all that, the park will also feature a gift shop, a diner, a cinema and loads of 'play spaces'. The park appreciates that not all toddlers love high-thrill, nail-biting rollercoasters, so the site is packed full with themed areas filled with fun fairs, forts, tree houses and nature trails, too. There's also something called 'Mr Potato's Showtime Arena', which is a stage that will host live shows filled with songs and games.
Which all, in truth, sounds pretty brill. Here's a sneak peek of the park before it opens to the general public later this week.
Single-day tickets, bought online in advance, will cost just $30. You can book and find out more on the official Peppa Pig Theme Park website.