LEGOLAND Florida has announced a major overhaul of its existing toddler area, which will be rethemed to become Duplo Valley in time to reopen in spring 2014.
Expanding on the existing Duplo Village concept, the area will feature an indoor play area and a water play area. It will be similar in concept to Duploville Playland, which opened at sister park LEGOLAND Windsor earlier this year.
The main attraction in Duplo Valley will be the Duplo Train, which will pass through scenery themed around the countryside. Nearby, a miniature tractor ride will enable toddlers to try their hand at plowing fields and searching for missing farm animals. The existing Duplo Barn, meanwhile, will be updated to add new play areas and a room packed with Duplo bricks.
The new water play area will also feature a farmyard theme, and will include water jets and interactive elements, all surrounded by oversized models of animals.
The area will be closed for much off the winter, but the Duplo Barn's Baby Care Center will remain open.
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