During the summer we took my two daughters to visit Peppa Pig World. It was our first time visiting there as both of our girls are Peppa mad. This is my Peppa Pig World Review, all opinions are my own and this is based on our personal experience.
Peppa Pig World
What and where is it?
Peppa Pig World is part of Paultons Park based in the New Forest, England. Paultons Park is a theme park in its own right with over 70 rides. Peppa Pig World sits inside the theme park as a distinct area.
If your never heard of Peppa Pig I’m not sure where you have been! You can discover more about this pink pig and her friends here.
Peppa Pig World contains rides, life-size figurines, food outlets, a gift shop and a chance to meet your favourite characters.
How much is it?
Depending on when you go it costs just under £20 a head to get into the whole park. It’s the same price for adults and children.
Children under a metre in height go in free but this is with shoes on. As a warning they are super strict on it so if you child is bang on a metre you will have to pay.
The total cost for a whole family can be a bit off putting, but you do get a lot for you money if you maximise a full day there.
The best bit for me as an adult was watching the amazement in my daughters eyes. She honestly couldn’t contain her excitement from being there.
In my toddlers opinion the best bits were the rides and getting to meet Peppa and George.
Our favourite rides were Grandpa Pigs Boat Trip, George’s Dinosaur Adventure and Peppa Pig’s Balloon Ride. All the rides are suitable for toddlers and some are even ok for babies which makes Peppa Pig World very inclusive.
Peppa and George have set times to come out so you can meet them. You can queue up to have a short meet and greet and take photos. They also walk around Peppa Pig World so the children can wave and talk to their favourite characters. This was wonderful for the little ones.
Not to be forgotten is the rest of Paultons Park! We were so glad we didn’t spend the whole day just in Peppa Pig World as the park has lots of other areas to it. There are the gardens and lake, birds and animals, the lost Kingdom (dinosaur theme area) and plenty of other rides.
With my toddler we thought we would be limited to only Peppa Pig World but she was able to go on many more including the Raging River Login Flume, Seal Falls, Digger Ride and the traditional carousel.
She loved the log flume so much we ended up going on it 6 times!
What could be better?
We went after the school summer holidays on a weekday and Peppa Pig World was still busy. We had to queue for everything including the rides and meet and greet. Toddlers and queuing do not mix so be prepared to find other things to keep them occupied.
Typically for a theme park the food choices were rather limited. In the majority of outlets choice was generally between burger or hotdogs with chips.
Peppa Pig World and Paultons Park makes for a wonderful day trip with the children. It is a brilliant for Peppa Pig fans, but I’m sure those who aren’t would get a lot from it as well.
We are planning on going again next year, as my almost three-year old still talks about her day seeing Peppa.
I hope this Peppa Pig World Review has been helpful for you, thanks for reading.