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Universal Orlando’s DreamWorks Land: Opening Date REVEALED


Skadoosh! Beloved DreamWorks Animation franchises, including Shrek, Trolls, and Kung Fu Panda, unite to bring DreamWorks Land to life at Universal Studios Florida, with its grand opening scheduled for June 14, 2024. 

Concept art of Trolls Trollercoaster at DreamWorks Land
Concept art of Trolls Trollercoaster at DreamWorks Land
Concept Art of Po's Kung Fu Training Camp at DreamWorks Land
Concept Art of Po’s Kung Fu Training Camp at DreamWorks Land
Concept Art of Shrek's Swamp Meet at DreamWorks Land
Concept Art of Shrek’s Swamp Meet at DreamWorks Land

This land introduces a plethora of fresh experiences for all ages and opportunities to meet DreamWorks Animation characters. Guests can look forward to twisting and turning on the Caterbus with the Troll’s Trollercoaster, exploring the Panda Village at Po’s Kung Fu Training Camp, cooling off in Shrek’s Swamp for Little Ogres, and more! For an in-depth look at everything this land has to offer, be sure to explore our detailed blog post here.

Whether you’re a lifelong fan of DreamWorks Animation or discovering these beloved characters for the first time, DreamWorks Land offers something truly special for everyone. DreamWorks Land opens to guests on June 14, 2024. See you there!

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About Kelsey Bowyer

Kelsey hails from the land of chocolate, ketchup, and Mister Rogers – known to most as Pennsylvania. Her family’s annual visits to the sunshine state instilled a love of storytelling and theme parks at an early age. In 2015, she packed her bags for the Disney College Program but decided to make this move permanent and call Orlando home. When she is not roaming Orlando’s world-class Theme Parks with her husband, she can be found lost in a book, planning her next vacation, or petting dogs.