Jimmy Fallon gets emotional while officially opening Universal Studios' new 'Tonight Show' ride

Jimmy Fallon is wrapping up one of the most exciting weeks of his life -- but we're completely distracted by his adorable daughters!

The "Tonight Show" host is currently in Orlando celebrating the grand opening of Universal Studio's "Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon," an immersive ride that zooms guests through the New York City skyline before they arrive at Studio 6B in iconic 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Fallon formally opened the ride with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and he had three important ladies by his side: His wife, Nancy Juvonen, and their two daughters, 3-year-old Winnie and 2-year-old Frances!

The blonde toddlers wore matching pale yellow dresses and at times clapped in excitement as their dad took in the incredible scene.

The usually-composed host seemed nearly choked up as he delivered a written speech before officially cutting the ribbon: "I wish you all the smiles and the fun you can possibly have," he said, one of his daughters perched on his hip. Watch the sweet family moment:

Fallon's Orlando trip is coming to a close, but he won't have much time to relax: In addition to his daily tapings, he's slated to host "Saturday Night Live" on April 15.