LEGOLAND Florida announced this week that it will expand its toddler-dedicated area with new attractions, and the renamed DUPLO Valley area will open Spring 2014.
Among the new attractions will be the DUPLO Train, where toddlers can ride a train to explore countryside-themed scenery passing through farms, fishing holes and campgrounds. There will also be a mini-tractor ride, and a water play area with water spouts and a soft deck for safety.
Another key element will be the existing DUPLO Barn, which will feature significant enhancements to allow kids to play indoors in the comfort of air conditioning – very handy during Florida’s hot summers. Existing attractions will be enhanced with additional DUPLO farm-themed play areas and a toddler room where parents can relax while kids build with DUPLO bricks.
The barn’s Baby Care Center will continue to provide all the amenities to take care of young children. It offers private nursing stations, rocking chairs, microwaves, bottle warmers, high chairs, changing stations, Wi-Fi, cell phone charging stations and more.
DUPLO Valley will be aimed at toddlers ages 2 to 5.
During construction, park guests with toddlers are encouraged to explore the many other attractions the entire family can enjoy including the newest attractions in The LEGO World of Chima presented by Cartoon Network. A complete list of toddler-based attractions can be found at legoland.com/toddlers.