Duplo Valley Legoland Florida

Families visiting the Legoland Florida theme park next year will have even more fun things to do with their toddlers. Duplo Valley will reopen next spring with significant enhancements. This Orlando-area theme park has always been a great place for families with children, especially 12 and under, but will now be even better for families with toddlers 2 to 5 years of age.

Legoland Florida plans to add three new attractions and refurbish an existing one to form an all-new Duplo Valley.  The new attractions will include:

  • A Duplo train traveling through farm scenes which kids and parents can ride
  • A mini-tractor ride where your toddler can help farmers play and look for farm animals.
  • A splash and play water area with more farm animals.

The feature that will tie the area together will be the Duplo Train. Toddlers can board the train with or without a parent. They’ll enjoy exploring the countryside-themed scenery with fishing holes, campgrounds and farms. What child doesn’t enjoy a fun train ride?!

After the train ride, your little one will be able take another ride! Hop on a tractor made just their size and help plow the cornfields. Be sure to look for the missing farm animals! This will surely be a lot of fun for the parents to watch.

During the warmer months, a new water play attraction will be a welcomed relief. This feature will shoot intermittent water spouts and have other water elements suitable for younger kids. Large farm animals will decorate the park with a soft deck for safety.

The current Duplo Barn will be enclosed creating an air-conditioned indoor play area. Additional farm-themed play areas will be enjoyed by parents who will use the opportunity to relax a little while their toddlers can play and build with Duplo bricks. The current Baby Care Center will remain open during construction and continue to offer rocking chairs, nursing stations, bottle warmers, high chairs and changing stations. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: This area also offers Wi-Fi and cell phone charging stations for parents needing to stay in touch with the non-LegoLand.

There is plenty to do at LegoLand for the entire family already. After next spring, there will even be more for families with younger children. Be sure to watch for these new attractions opening next spring. Visit all there is to do at this theme park by visiting www.legoland.com/toddlers.