My family visited Paultons Park earlier this year, and it was such a success that my kids are still talking about it! Here are 15 oink-tastic tips for a trip to Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park if you are planning a visit soon.
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Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park is an absolute dreamland, and it’s a million times better than you could ever expect! From the moment you walk in, you feel like you have walked onto the set of Peppa Pig – even if it is only a cartoon.
Travelling with young kids and toddlers is a challenge in itself, so when you go to Peppa Pig World you’ll want to make the most of your trip and plan accordingly.
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Make the Most of Your Trip to Peppa Pig World
#1. Younger children can ride on all rides in Peppa Pig World, once accompanied by an adult.
#2. Before entering the park, pick up a lost child contact sticker for your child and place it on their back.
#3. Upon entering, head for the rides at the back of Peppa Pig World first as the rides closest to the entrance tend to be more popular in the morning.
#4. Pushchairs and strollers are not allowed in the waiting lines, so try to keep a separate bag with your valuables in it so you can bring them in line with you.
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#5. Lockers are available to hire near the entrance for a small charge.
#6. Bring socks! Only children with socks will be allowed entry into George’s Spaceship Indoor Playzone.
#7. There are loads of shady picnic areas, so if you are visiting Peppa Pig World on a budget you can bring a picnic with lots of snacks to keep you going throughout the day. Theme park food, in general, can be quite expensive.
#8. Bring a swimsuit and towels for the Water Kingdom and Muddy Puddles splash park. However, these areas are seasonal and won’t be open during the colder winter months.
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#9. There are a couple of sandy play areas, so bring a bucket and spade if you have one.
#10. Keep the water rides until last in case you get soaking wet – although there are dryers available to use at an extra charge.
#11. Buy your park tickets online in advance. It works out much cheaper than buying on the day, and you will get to avoid the queues.
#12. If you want the ultimate experience, Peppa Pig World offer special early ‘play and ride’ passes at an extra charge. These passes allow you to enter the park ahead of everyone else on selected dates. You get to meet Peppa and George, and you get access to George’s Spaceship Indoor Playzone and all playgrounds.
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#13. In the little eatery by George’s Spaceship Indoor Playzone, they offer healthy packed lunches including a drink, sandwich, fruit of choice, raisins and a yoghurt for less than a fiver.
#14. Don’t fret if you forget your buggy – you can hire colourful single and double pushchairs once inside.
#15. And finally, don’t forget about the rest of the park. Paultons Park is huge and you need to pay to see it. Leave Peppa Pig World an hour or two early to explore the rest of the theme park. I highly recommend the Lost World if you have any dinosaur fans – it’s very realistic.
I hope these tips help you to have an absolutely amazing time!
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