Media behemoth NBC Universal, the theme park division of Universal Parks & Resorts, has purchased land on the Dallas North Tollway for a new family-friendly park and hotel. The theme park will be set up in Frisco in Collin and Denton counties in Texas, USA. The Universal theme is present in many stores, making it unique for children. It will feature superheroes, television icons, and legendary movie stars.
When will the location open, and what can you expect from it? Will it be as big as the sprawling parks of Orlando and Los Angeles? Scroll through to learn all about the theme park and hotel.
What All The Frisco Theme Park Have?
In addition to the 300-room hotel, the park will have four or five interactive attractions with Universal themes. According to Mark Woodbury, president, and CEO of Universal Parks and Resorts, the program will feature immersive activities that create a one- or two-day destination that appeals to families.
Although it will be smaller than Universal Studios Orlando and Los Angeles theme parks, the Frisco theme park development will be a minor attraction for young families. Woodbury added that it would build park spaces around lush natural surroundings.
When Will It Open?
A timeline for the Frisco project has not been provided by Universal officials. However, according to property transaction documents, the company wants to open the park within the next four years, according to property transaction documents.
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