Duploville proposed as new Legoland area

A new children’s area is set to be Legoland’s new addition for next year.

Replacing the additional charge ‘Mole in One‘ minigolf attraction and Waterworks play zone, the new miniland will comprise of two waterpark-style attractions and a dry play area.

With the proposed working title of ‘Duploville’, Rain Fortress will be an interactive outdoor climbing frame with water guns, a pipe waterfall, and other wet features. The application states a lifeguard station will be required whilst in operation.

Splash Zoo will be a mini raft rapids style attraction, with interactive waterguns on platforms overlooking the rapids. The circuit will include Duplo-style animal theming throughout the journey, and will be located adjacent to the current Duplo Land area.

The largest new addition will be Duploville, an interactive attraction ‘comprising popular Duplo scenes and characters to create a mini town’. Such scenes are described on the planning document as the Caveman House, a Castle, and numerous erveryday town buildings. Each building will have a number of sounds, activities and climbable features to engage with the park’s target audience.

All the above (with an extended Duplo Theatre) are set to open for the 2013 season at Legoland Windsor.

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