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You’ve checked out the vouchers, discount codes and offers – now find out more about your visit to Peppa Pig World and Paultons Park. We’ve got some ideas for hotels near Paultons Park and places to look for Peppa Pig World tickets. Plus we share some top tips from other families that have visited.

This Peppa Pig World short guide is an excerpt from Cheap Attraction Breaks And Short Stays At Theme Parks: The Ultimate Guide.

Peppa Pig World + Paultons Park

The Peppa Pig TV show is very popular with pre-schoolers, and her self-styled theme park is geared to them as well. But what some don’t realise is that Peppa Pig World is situated within Hampshire’s Paultons Park, an attraction that has appeal for families of all ages, and entrance is included.

Official site PaultonsBreaks offers 1 day + 1 day free ticket packages with some attractive local hotels. Also check out PlayAndStay for similar deals.

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Peppa Pig World at Paulton Park 2011

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Tickets and hotels

Ticket prices for Paultons Park vary – check on the official site . For a hotel + ticket break you can check Paultons Breaks and PlayAndStay. For advice booking your own hotel independently, see our Cheap Hotels Guide.

What other families have said

“We have visited a few times and we have all had a brilliant time every time. Previously we visited for Peppa Pig World but this time we went to visit dinosaur land which is amazing. Very interactive and engaging. I always think they have a good choice of food on offer and it’s always clean. My only problem with Paultons Park is the lack of shade, especially for young kids standing in queues so make sure you take hats and sun cream!” Verity Hope

“10 of us visited Paultons Park on the 11th July. There was a slight queue to get in, but this soon moved very fast once the park opened! After a brilliant day, these are my tips:

  • There’s a lost child facility near the entrance/exit, where you can pick up a label for your mobile number. Great if there’s more children than adults in your group!
  • Download the App & connect to the free wifi. It gives you estimated ride queue times, appearance times etc
  • Head to the opposite side of the park to Peppa first. The longest we were in a ride queue was 5 mins, and a few of use stayed on rides for two goes
  • Take a picnic. Food was very reasonably priced, but we had to wait 30 mins for it due to it being busy. I should imagine peak times will be a lot longer
  • Take a stroll through the gardens. My toddler loved the birds and walking over the bridges
  • Head to Peppa World for around 3-ish. The queues are a lot smaller. The Penguins are part of Peppa World and get fed at 3:30 – this means lots of rides have no queue!
  • Peppa & George do a appearance at 4 pm. It’s still busy, but no were near as busy as the early ones
  • The Peppa shop is reasonably priced, but leave your little one outside if you can! My son stayed with a family member whilst I was in there, but there were lots of kids having melt downs because they wanted EVERYTHING!!
  • There’s a big shop at the entrance/exit, but is very pricey. A Paw Patrol car I picked up for £5 in Tesco was £9 in there….
  • All the staff were lovely & really friendly. They couldn’t have been more helpful
  • There will be a queue to leave the car park, as you leave onto a small road. Either leave slightly early or wait around till the park closes completely.For a theme park, the grounds are lovely & really clean. I was pleasantly surprised.My son is only 21 months, but loved it. There was plenty for him to do in the other part of the parks whilst his older cousins went on some bigger rides.” Katie B 
“Paultons Park never fails to deliver. Excellent day had by all. 10/10 on all aspects, brilliant customer service, fabulous rides, immaculately clean, beautiful flowers, wonderful food!!! The list goes on! Will be back again soon.” Hharky 

Got tickets and need to find your own family friendly accommodation?

If you’re also looking for a hotel, right now we like trivago for the best deals. It’s the biggest hotel search site in the world and has good coverage of the UK (as well as hotels abroad). For a family friendly budget stay, don’t forget to check Premier Inn and Travelodge. As a general rule with hotels, book early for the cheapest price. If you’ve left it late, try LateRooms.

Need to buy train tickets?

Our top choice for UK train tickets is Virgin Trains – they search the whole rail network, not just Virgin routes. What’s more, they don’t add booking fees or charge you for using your credit card. Also worth a look is Trainline. They buy up seat allocations in bulk, meaning they can sometimes pass on better discounts than rivals.

Need to buy coach or bus tickets?

If you’re travelling by bus, these days National Express really makes an effort to be family friendly. With booster seats, wifi, air con and power sockets for tablets – as well as bargain prices when compared to train – they’re worth a look. With their £8 Family Coachcard kids go free.


Don’t forget to read our fullcheap-attraction-breaks expert guide to saving money on UK theme park breaksCheap Attraction Breaks And Short Stays At Theme Parks: The Ultimate Guide

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