Legoland Florida has been moving forward full steam with improvements ever since it opened, adding things like a water park, a Star Wars area in Miniland, and the World of Chima section. The park just announced its latest project, and this one is all about toddlers.
Duplo Valley, which will open in spring of 2014, will be a totally revamped version of the current toddler area. It will bring the Duplo building toys to life with farm-themed attractions. Better yet for those who melt in the Florida heat, there will be a an air-conditioned indoor play area, as well as a new water playground.
The area will get two new rides, a train and a mini tractor. The train ride will be suitable for parents to ride along through campgrounds, fishing holes, and farm land. The tractors give kids a chance to help plow cornfields and spot missing animals.
The air-conditioned area will be inside the Duplo barn, with a spot where parents can sit and rest in comfort while their toddlers play. It will continue to have a Baby Care Center, with useful amenities like private nursing areas, bottle warmers, changing stations, bottle warmers, microwaves, cell charging stations, and wi-fi access.
Legoland Florida has always catered to kids from ages two through 12, and the newly expanded Duplo area will give those at the younger end even more to do.