Minecraft Theme Park Map Released As Part of 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

Published: May 13, 2019 3:45 PM /


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Minecraft Theme Park Map has been released for free as part of the game's 10-year anniversary celebration! Players of the Java Edition and Bedrock Edition can grab this absolute unit of a playground completely for free and (probably) spend hours checking out everything it has to offer!

Blockworks put in a lot of man-hours into making the map; check out the Minecraft Theme Park Map trailer to see a handful of the cool things you can experience:


A post on Minecraft's official website has some more details about the Theme Park Map. It's loaded up with a Mob Park, Redstone contraptions, and a whole bunch more cool stuff. There are also hidden easter eggs spread throughout the massive map — see if you can find any of them!

You can grab the Minecraft Theme Park Map (Bedrock Edition) or Minecraft Theme Park Map (Java Edition, Direct Download) via the game's official website. Players who own a Minecraft Realms server will find that it's been made available in the Java Realms content library.

You might also want to play the classic version of the game for free, right in your browser! Don't forget that something cool will be debuting on minecraft.net on May 17, 2019 — maybe we'll be seeing more about that Minecraft AR game that Microsoft teased last week. If you don't yet already own Minecraft, you can pick it up on a bunch of different platforms — read about the current Minecraft sale to see where you can get it and all of the cool discounts that are available! There's never been a better time to get into Minecraft, especially with discounts starting at 33% off on one of the most popular games ever made!

What do you think of the Minecraft Theme Park Map? Have you discovered any of the cool Easter Eggs that Mojang has buried within? Let us know in the comments below!

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