Another brand-new theme park with a family-friendly focus is coming to the Dallas-Fort Worth region.
The second Peppa Pig theme park in North America will debut in North Richland Hills in 2019, according to a Tuesday announcement from Merlin Entertainments.
This park strives to “be the ultimate theme park experience for small ones” and is named after the beloved British children’s television character “Peppa Pig,” which has little followers all over the world.
While they snort, giggle, and play, Peppa and her companions will be introduced to families, Merlin, which also owns LEGOLAND theme parks and Madam Tussauds, stated in a press release.
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Similar to the first independent Peppa Pig Theme Park in the world, which debuted in Central Florida last year, this new park will provide attractions based on people and places fans will “instantly” identify from the programme.
Less than two months have passed since Universal unveiled its own plans for a family-friendly theme park in the Frisco, Texas, neighbourhood of Dallas.
Peppa Pig World of Play Dallas, an indoor play area, is already located in Grapevine, to the north of DFW International Airport.