Shrek, Fiona, and Donkey in front of Shrek's cottage, a rustic wooden house among tree roots.

PHOTOS, VIDEO: New Shrek & Donkey Meet and Greet at DreamWorks Land in Universal Studios Florida

Shannen Ace

Shrek, Donkey, and Fiona have a new permanent meet and greet location in DreamWorks Land at Universal Studios Florida. We got to visit Shrek’s Swamp Meet during a preview of the new land.

Shrek’s Swamp Meet

A whimsical, tree-stump-shaped house with a grassy roof and surrounding vegetation, featuring a wooden sign reading "Shrek's Swamp Meet." Cartoon characters mingle with visitors nearby, making it a charming attraction in DreamWorks Land.

Shrek’s Swamp Meet is located at the front of DreamWorks Land. It’s a recreation of his cottage in the roots of a dead tree, surrounded by foliage.

A wooden sign reads "Swamp Meet" with depictions of Shrek and two other characters, set in a lush green outdoor area with a path and foliage, reminiscent of DreamWorks Land.

The sign is painted with images of the three characters. There’s a blank space for future meet and greet times.

A small wooden shuttered window in a rustic, textured wall is surrounded by large, twisted tree trunks and lush green ferns, evoking the enchanting atmosphere of DreamWorks Land.

The cottage features details like the Shrek logo — an “S” with ogre ears — on a window shutter.

A whimsical building in DreamWorks Land features a grass-covered roof, wooden double doors, and tree-like support structures surrounded by lush greenery and ferns.

Unfortunately, guests don’t get to go inside the cottage. Shrek and Fiona come outside, while Donkey leans out of a window.

Shrek, Fiona, and Donkey in front of Shrek's cottage, a rustic wooden house among tree roots.

Fiona is in her human form. Donkey has an updated puppet, similar to the one at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Watch our video of the meet and greet below.

Check out our full tour of DreamWorks Land, including the Shrek’s Swamp playground, at Universal Studios Florida.

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