Universal reveals brand new theme park for ‘families and younger kids’ | The Sun

Universal Parks & Resorts have announced plans to open a brand new theme park, specifically designed for families with younger children.

Plans have been confirmed for a new family-friendly theme park in Texas, that is smaller than your average Universal park.

According to Fox Business, the planned theme park intends be "unlike any other in the world".

A drawing by an artist showed an brightly-coloured landscape that included the immersive experiences.

Regarding the image, the company said: "The park's look and feel will also be noticeably different from Universal's other offerings."

The site will be sized for a regional audience in the Texan city of Frisco.

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Mayor Jeff Cheney said: "This new Universal concept will continue to enhance our tax base, expand employment opportunities and bring even more fun to Frisco benefiting our residents, businesses, and visitors."

In direct contrast to the family-friendly fun, the company also revealed plans for the a new, permanent, horror attraction in Las Vegas.

The attraction is the brainchild of the creators of Halloween Horror Nights – a global Halloween event that takes place at Universal Parks across the globe.

Meanwhile, A Super Nintendo World land is set to open at Universal Studios this February and it will feature rides and attractions based on the popular and well-loved Mario games.

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If you're tempted, thrill seekers and theme park lovers can currently get adult tickets for the same price as kids’ for some of the biggest attractions in Orlando including Universal.

Universal Parks & Resorts aren't the only theme park giant with some exciting announcements, Disneyland Paris has revealed a host of exciting changes including new shows and rides.

There are a number of other new theme parks and attractions opening in the next few years.

Disney World is opening a new Moana attraction, while a new Legoland is opening in Europe in 2027.

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