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Universal Studios theme park is coming to North Texas

According to the Dallas Morning News, a Universal Studios theme park will soon be accessible from Austin by car. There are many fun things to do with the family in North Texas. There will soon be a brand-new, bigger-than-ever activity. A theme park oriented at families with young children will be coming to Frisco, Texas. According to plans revealed by Universal Parks & Resorts.

The new park concept celebrates Universal’s iconic brand of entertainment, humour, and innovation. It brings to life its beloved characters and stories in ways that will amaze even the youngest theme park visitors.

What to anticipate from this park is as follows:

attractions geared at families
Playful and interactive shows
Meet and greets with characters
Unique goods and entertaining places to eat and drink

How big will the park be?

The projected park is intended to be built on 97 acres of newly acquired business property. It also includes space for growth and an adjacent themed hotel. The entire area will appeal to a new audience for the brand and be radically different in design, feel, and scale from Universal’s current theme parks.

The proposed location will be situated east of the Dallas North Tollway and north of Panther Creek Parkway.

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Page Thompson, President, New Ventures, Universal Parks & Resorts, said, “We are pleased about the opportunity to engage with the city of Frisco and Mayor Cheney as we work to bring this innovative, new concept to reality built exclusively for a younger generation of Universal fans. Given its rising popularity in this region of the country, we believe North Texas is the ideal location for the opening of this distinctive park for families.

There is presently no information on specific attractions, such as the rollercoasters and 3D shows that its current parks are famous for. But according to Mark Woodbury, chairman and CEO of Universal Parks & Resorts, the park would be a one- to two-day excursion with a 300-room hotel.


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