On Friday, May 23, LEGOLAND® Florida today celebrated the opening of its newest expansion, DUPLO ® Valley, which brings the LEGO ® DUPLO line of preschool building toys to life with new farm-themed attractions, an air-conditioned indoor play area and a water play area all geared to toddlers ages 2 to 5.
“We couldn’t be more excited to officially open DUPLO Valley,” said LEGOLAND Florida General Manager Adrian Jones. “Our newest expansion gives toddlers (and parents) a completely new way to play, adding to our already fantastic lineup of more than 50 rides, shows and attractions here at LEGOLAND Florida.”
With this newly expanded attraction, park guests will hopefully find that DUPLO Valley is the perfect place to play and relax with their toddlers. The new features to the attraction include a DUPLO Train, DUPLO Tractor and DUPLO Splash & Play. Another key element is the reopening of the DUPLO Barn, which features significant enhancements to allow kids to play indoors in the comfort of air conditioning.
To go along with the new DUPLO area, guests can now purchase the new ‘Preschool Pass’, including weekday (Monday-Friday) admission to LEGOLAND Florida and standard parking for both one child under five and one adult for a full year at $90, plus tax. Assigned to the child, the pass allows an adult parent or guardian to attend the park with the toddler. The pass is transferrable to multiple adults in the family, allowing, for example, a mother to visit one day, and a grandparent the next, making it ideal for families to bring their little ones to LEGOLAND Florida during the week.
LEGOLAND® Florida is a 150-acre interactive theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, a Water Park and The LEGO® World of Chima presented by Cartoon Network all geared to families with children ages 2 to 12.
In 2015, the soon to be opened LEGOLAND Hotel will feature 152 highly themed rooms and suites, LEGO décor, interactive play areas, a pool and a restaurant. The resort will act as a home base for visitors who will be just a short bus ride away from SEA LIFE, Madame Tussauds, and the Orlando Eye. With newly expanded attractions, coupled with the relatively low admission cost as compared to other Central Florida attractions, the park is set to become one of the premiere themed areas in the state.