So anyone that has a toddler will know the joys of Peppa pig. For a while there I thought that Peppa might pass us by, but then in a flick of a switch there we were submerged in all things Peppa and booking tickets to Peppa pig world.
So off we went with our almost two year old, four week old baby and my sister for backup (clare you’re an angel) it took us 1hr 30min to drive there from West London.
We booked our tickets online a few days before as it works out a little cheaper, children under 1 metre go free (so make sure you measure your little ones before booking) I was slightly worried that being under a meter tall may mean that she was not aloud on most of the rides but in actual fact there is only one ride (George’s Dinosaur Adventure) that has a height restriction.
Peppa pig world is the perfect size for little feet, and everything is within a short walking distance. There is 7 rides with other attractions such as Peppas house, grandpa pigs house and granddad dogs garage. The park has an indoor and outdoor play area and a water area for use in warmer weather. If you want to meet your favourite characters there is certain times of the day you can queue up and get a picture taken, although queues can be really long, alternatively they walk round the park and you can meet them then. There is a big toyshop selling all things Peppa, if your looking to pick up a gift for your little one then this is the place to go.
The park opens at 10am that is when we arrived and is definitely worth getting there for then, as the rides are a little less busy. The longest we had to wait for a ride was 35 minutes and with a toddler that does not get the concept of waiting it felt like a lifetime lol!!, she did bolt her way through the crowded line of people with me chasing her tail, needless to say the reins came out after that. I know some people are divided on there opinion of using reins but for me in crowded situations like that it’s a must, giving them a little freedom and not having to hold there hands knowing they are totally safe.
Peppa pig world is part of Paultons Park which has other rides and attractions to enjoy and I would definitely check it out while your there as it is far less busy and some of the rides had no queues at all, mostly likely because they were not Peppa themed, but Evelyn enjoyed them just a much and we enjoyed not having to pacify her in the long queues.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink and you can even stop at miss rabbits ice-cream ice cream parlour, having a child that is dairy free we could not enjoy these as there was not a dairy free option available. We took a packed lunch and there are lots of picnic benches and places to sit and eat. Baby changing, bottle warming and baby feeding areas are available throughout the park. We bought our double buggy and it was fine to get around, you can park them up almost anywhere if you wanted to go on the rides.
We had a great day and had a very happy and very tired toddler going home, a day well spent.
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