Things to do at Paultons Park Home of Peppa Pig World review
Paultons park home of Peppa Pig World theme park is located near Romsey in Hampshire. It is home to the popular Peppa Pig World but also has rides for older children and a great dinosaur-themed area.
Peppa Pig World is home to 9 different themed rides including George’s Dinosaur adventure, Grampy rabbit’s sailing club and Peppa’s big balloon ride. There is also meet and greets, a themed soft play, splash area and a playground. Toddlers will love this area. Please note some rides across the park do have height restrictions which are listed on their website.
Close to here you will find Critter creek. Here there is a mini rollercoaster, miniature train ride, teacup ride and a carousel. There is also a pirate ship near here and penguins. Next to Peppa Pig world you will find Little Africa which is a mini wildlife park.
We loved the Lost Kingdom. These rides will suit the older visitor more with thrill rides in the form of dinosaur-themed rollercoasters. Plus The Cobra which is a wild rollercoaster and the edge. Dino chase is a great mini coaster and Dinosaur tour co. where you ‘drive’ a safari car around dinosaurs. New in 2021 is the Tornado Springs themed area to the park. With 8 new rides including something for all the family, two themed play areas and an American Diner. You can find out more about Tornado Springs in this post.
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FAQ & Important Information Paultons Park
Is there food and drink available?
There is a selection of fast food outlets selling hot and cold food and drinks. You can picnic outside.
What are the main things to do?
Wide range of rides for all ages including Peppa Pig and Dinosaur themed rides. Splash pad, animals. playgrounds, gardens and soft play.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Expensive. You can save up to £5 per ticket by purchasing your ticket online in advance. Anyone over 1metre is just under £30.00 each. Those under 1 metre are free. They have selected rides and attractions open over the winter. Oct-Nov prices are just under £25.00 each. Dec tickets are between £30.75 to £33.00 each and include Santa’s grotto.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Paultons Park is mostly open at weekends over the winter, closed for January and most of February. From March through to October they are mostly open every day. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Information on accessibility – We will do everything possible to ensure they have a safe and pleasurable visit and are able to participate in as many activities as possible.
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