Peppa Pig World & Paulton’s Park

On the weekend, we decided to take the kids to Peppa Pig World. We don’t normally go to theme parks without planning in advance and getting our tesco club card rewards ready, but the boys have really got into Peppa Pig lately and we really fancied a family day out so we decided to just go for it! It comes to £98.00 for a family ticket which is quite expensive! This is for 4 people, our youngest was free as he is under 90cm. Booking online would have saved £12 from that so would definitely be the better option, but unfortunately we didn’t plan in advance this time! This admission covers the whole of Paultons Park, not just the Peppa Pig World.

I don’t know whether there is any concession price for children receiving DLA and their carers, as some other theme parks do have. We didn’t ask and the website only mentions that wheelchair & Mobility Scooter dependent guests are admitted free of charge – so whether they do take other disabilities and conditions into account, I am not sure. I would be interested to know, if anyone has asked them let me know in the comments! I am also not sure whether they operate a Qbot system like some of the Merlin Parks but the queues were very short on the day we went, so it really wouldn’t have been needed at all. We did not have to wait more than 5 minutes for any ride.

When we arrived at Paultons, we went straight to Peppa Pig World. The first ride the children chose to go on was the Windy Castle which you can see in the background below. It’s actually a little scarier than it looks, it goes quite high! My 4 year old was a little scared while riding on it, but the little ones were fine. It gives you a good view of the whole Peppa Pig World so it is a good choice to go on this first. All 5 of us were able to sit together in the carriage and there was no restrictions of height or age.peppa pig world

The children also went on the following rides:

Grandpa Pig’s Boat Trip – this is a very gentle and calm ride, not scary at all for any more sensitive little ones. They go round and round in a boat on real water, with a slight up and down motion. Only 4 were allowed in each boat, so we had to split up and have one parent per boat to take all the children. Again there is no restriction on height or age on this ride, just a recommendation that it may not be suitable for under 12 months. All 3 of my children enjoyed this ride.

Grandpa Pig’s Little Train – Again there is only 4 allowed in each carriage, so we had to split up for this ride, and there is no restrictions so all of the children were able to go on this ride and they all enjoyed it. My boys are mad about trains so this was very popular with them. You can see my 3 year old below, excited to go on this train ride!

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Daddy Pig’s Car Ride – Only the 3 and 4 year old went on this ride, with their dad. I never went on it as I was keeping an eye on the little one sleeping in the buggy, but my 4 year old tells me it was one of his favourites!

George’s Dinosaur Adventure – This was the other definite favourite. Again only my 4 and 3 year olds went onto this, the 4 year old riding alone and 3 year old together with Dad. They really enjoyed this one.

There are 2 other rides in Peppa Pig world – Peppa’s Big Balloon Ride and Miss Rabbit’s Helicopter Flight (which you can see here in the background below), which they didn’t chose to go on. There are also loads more in the main Paulton’s Park, including some much more advanced and thrilling rides for the slightly older children. My husband did try to persuade the 4 year old onto the Cobra ride, but he didn’t go for it (which I was glad – I would be so nervous seeing my little boy on such a big ride!)peppa pig world

Some of the other rides that were suitable for my 4 year old in the main park were the Flying Frog, the Astroglide slides, the Raving River and the Wave Runner. There are also plenty more, if you have time.

Back in Peppa Pig World, there are quite a few attractions to see other than just the rides. One of the main favourites with all 3 boys was the George’s SpaceShip Playzone. It is an indoor soft play area. There are loads of slides, and different sections for different age groups (baby, toddler and slightly older). I can imagine this would get packed out if it rains!

The playground in Peppa Pig World is also really nice. It’s very spacious and really well designed. We did this at the end of the day and the children would have been happy to spend much longer in it, if the park was not closing. Because it is so big and spread out, I don’t think it would get too over crowded so is fine for even little ones newly toddling around. Some pics below to show just a little bit of what there is!peppa pig world playgroundpeppa pig world playgroundpeppa pig world playgroundpeppa pig world playgroundpeppa pig world playground

(Excuse the lack of shoes, he threw them out of the buggy half way through the day and we never found them! This child is a nightmare for always chucking his shoes!!)

In Peppa Pig land you can also go inside Peppa Pig’s house (shown below, outside and inside!) – just note there is no buggy or wheelchair access for this.

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The characters inside the house move and speak.

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You can also see the camper van, but not go in it. Still, the boys enjoyed looking.

Other attractions in the main Paulton’s park, which we had not known about before but enjoyed, were all the animal attractions.

Throughout the park, as you walk around there are various exotic birds you will see – flamingos , cranes, emus and even more. Apparently there is a meerkat section too, which I have now seen on the website but did not spot while we were there.paultons park zoo

There is also a penguin section which is located inside Peppa Pig World and you can see the penguins at their feeding time. There is a ramp which allows access for pushchairs, and there they have windows to see underneath the water so you can see many penguins coming past and diving to eat the fish.

Going through the gardens and the birds section was really peaceful and quiet. I found this brilliant, for my 3 year old. He has ASD and although he really enjoys these type of theme parks, after a little while I felt like it was starting to get a bit much for him and he was starting to melt down a bit. Lucky that I was able to put him back into the buggy and take him to spend some time quietly looking here.

My favourite bird was definitely the Toucan – so beautiful!paultons park toucanpaultons park dinosaur land

Another nice and quiet area in Paultons is the Dinosaur Land. You go through the path and there are so many models of different dinosaur species which you can see, among the real trees and mud. This would be great for any dinosaur enthusiasts, and is quite educational too. My younger two really enjoyed looking and pointing at these dinosaurs. 4 year old was busy on the astro slide, but I know he is scared of dinosaurs so maybe its better he missed out!

At the end of the day, tired out but enjoyed themselves!peppa pig worldpeppa pig world dinosaur

My 3 yr old loving his new mr Dinosaur!

Overall I would say it was a good day. It’s a shame we didn’t plan and get the slightly cheaper tickets as I’m not sure its the best value at the full price but there is lots to do and the children definitely enjoyed it. The next day my 4 year old came home with a note he had written in school: “Mum, I like you. Can we go to peppa pig land again one day” So I’m sure we will be back – after all how can I say no to that? 🙂

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15 thoughts on “Peppa Pig World & Paulton’s Park”

  1. we don’t live far from Paultons and usually meet family there in the summer, it can be a bit pricey but great for everyone as there are a lovely mix of thrill and other rides. We loved Peppa pig world even though the boy was a bit old for it! we loved the dinosaur ride, it made me laugh.

  2. Looks lovely and quiet. When we went last summer it was so busy! Had to queue for ages for the rides (not good at 6m pregnant in the heat!). Looks like you had a fab time.

  3. We have been flirting with the idea of going to Peppa Pig World. Pros are how excited our two year old would be. Cons definitely include the price! So it was really helpful to see all the ‘stuff’ there laid out like this. Thank you!

  4. Ross, Grace and I have been to Paultons Park and Peppa Pig world a couple of times. The first time around we had a really bad experience so they sent us complimentary tickets! Ross is registered disabled as he has Ulcerative Colitis and has no large intestine. They did give us special concessions and we were able to join the disabled queue (when we went it was dreadfully busy so this helped). You didn’t miss anything by not going on Mrs Rabbit’s Helicopters – very boring (that was just Grace’s comment!). Thank you for linking to PoCoLo x

  5. Hi
    Just to reply to your question – no Paultons don’t offer concessions for children claiming DLA. Instead they offer ‘exit passes’ to help cut queue times for the child and carer.
    Legoland offers a free carer ticket for each child claiming DLA but only offers exit passes for 10 rides.
    Marwell Zoo offers one of the best concessions (in my opinion), I think it cost me £12 for my daughter and I for the day instead of about £36!
    (I felt awkward at first asking for concessions as my daughter has a chronic life threatening condition but doesn’t LOOK disabled which does mean people pointing and questioning why we are ‘queue jumping’ after they have waited patiently. But these concessions do mean I can afford to do so much more with her and try and make her life as ‘normal’ as possible.
    She is now coming up to 6yrs old and I have overcome the ’embarrassment’ of asking about concessions on offer – both her and I go through so much each day to keep life normal and its nobody else’s business whether I need to ask or not)


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