The grand opening of the world’s first Peppa Pig Theme Park has been set for February 24, 2022, with day tickets, annual passes and vacation packages now on sale.
Located adjacent to Legoland Florida Resort, Peppa Pig Theme Park will be home to six rides, six themed playscapes, a water play area and more oinktastic experiences for ‘little piggies’.
Families can purchase single-day and two-day tickets to Peppa Pig Theme Park, with discounted single-day tickets selling online for $30.99. These cost $34.99 if purchased on the date of arrival.
Admission to Peppa Pig Theme Park can also be bundled with tickets to Legoland Florida as a two-park, two-day ticket. This starts at $134.99 when purchased online and $149.99 if bought on the day.
Day tickets, annual passes on sale
Additionally, a limited number of annual passes are available for $74.99 plus tax, which include free parking and discounts on additional admission tickets for a year, starting on February 24.
Inclusive annual passes will grant admission to Legoland Theme Park and Legoland Water Park, and vacation packages include a stay at Legoland Hotel, Legoland Pirate Island Hotel or Legoland Beach Retreat.
Vacation packages also include tickets to Peppa Pig Theme Park, Legoland Theme Park and Legoland Water Park, as well as complimentary parking and breakfast.
The latest Peppa Pig attraction from Merlin Entertainments was created with preschoolers in mind. Rides include Daddy Pig’s Roller Coaster, designed to be the first coaster experience for kids.
Preschool attractions from Merlin
Peppa Pig’s Balloon Ride is a hot air balloon ride, while Grandad Dog’s Pirate Boat Ride is a family-friendly boat ride. Peppa’s Pedal Bike Tour and George’s Tricycle Trail take visitors through the icy mountains on bicycles or tricycles.
Merlin Entertainments has an exclusive multi-territory licensing agreement with Hasbro to develop and operate Peppa Pig attractions, targeted at the preschool market.
Merlin and Hasbro are also creating the world’s first standalone Peppa Pig Resort in China. Construction is kicked off in July, with the resort is scheduled to launch in 2024.