Universal Orlando has revealed details and concept art for another themed world based around the “How to Train Your Dragon” franchise coming to its new-for-2025 theme park, Epic Universe. 

In a Thursday morning press release, Universal described How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk as “an authentic re-creation of the rugged, rocky world where raucous Vikings and rambunctious dragons live together in hilarious harmony.” The area will offer three rides, including a roller coaster, a stage show along with a play area, meet-and-greets, and Viking-themed eateries and shops. 

“Guests visiting Berk will encounter one of the most breathtaking environments Universal has ever created – complete with immense architecture featuring hand-carved details, lush landscaping, and extraordinary heights of rolling hills surrounding vibrant dragon houses and local establishments,” Universal said in its press release. 

You can check all the new concept art for the land in our slideshow:

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Dedicated theme park fans have long known about the “How to Train Your Dragon” plans for Epic Universe, thanks to the reporting of Alicia Stella of Theme Park Stop. In fact, she had the site plans for the area more than four years ago.

After entering through the portal and being greeted by two 40-foot-tall Viking statues set in a lagoon, guests will find a family coaster, Hiccup’s Wing Gliders, zooming through the world at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. The coaster is being built by Intamin, Universal’s regular coaster partner which also manufactured Jurassic World VelociCoaster and Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure. 

Veering right from the entrance is the theater of “The Untrainable Dragon” stage show, which looks to be a U.S. version of a show which debuted in Universal Studios Beijing. 

The land will also feature a splash battle ride called Fyre Drill; Dragon Racer’s Rally, a Gerstlauer Sky Fly ride; and the Viking Training Camp interactive play area. 

Dining options in the Isle of Berk will include the Mead Hall as seen in the movies. Universal says this location will serve “a savory menu featuring a variety of meats, fish, sandwiches and more along with a collection of meads and ciders.” Two smaller dining options include the Spit Fyre Grill quick-service location and the Hooligan’s Grog & Gruel stand. 

Epic Universe is currently scheduled to open in 2025, and is located a few miles south of the current Universal Orlando Resort, near the Orange County Convention Center. All five worlds for the new park have been revealed, but only Isle of Berk and the park’s hub, Celestial Park, have been extensively detailed by Universal so far.