Peppa Pig World (P)


Peppa Pig world, the stuff of dreams.

Well to a three-year-old it is!

Last summer we decided to take the plunge and take the kids to Peppa Pig World for the day.  As we drove there I wondered what we have let ourselves in for.  The kids would love it but the adults were going to hate it.

The sign you are greeted with as you enter Peppa Pig World. Including photo of Peppa and family.

As it turns out I was, thankfully, very wrong.  The adults in the group loved every minute of it!

Luckily, we picked a beautiful day, the sun was out and there was not a cloud in the sky.

Peppa Pig World is actually based within a much larger theme park, Paultons Park, so there were enough hair-raising rollercoasters to keep the big kid (i.e. hubby) happy.
Danny Dog accompanies one of the rides at Peppa Pig World

Grandad pig says hello at Peppa Pig World.
As you enter Peppa Pig World, you are greeted with the slightly (!) annoying theme tune, which is played on repeat alongside some other ‘classics’, including the Birdie, Birdie, Woof, Woof song.

If you are not familiar with this song,  play the below video so you can sample the delights and get it stuck in you head for weeks (don’t say I didn’t warn you!).


The constant music was all I can complain about.  Although, it did keep the kids entertained as they sung along while waiting for the rides and I have to admit, once you were there a while you did stop noticing it.

The rides were great, completely age appropriate and entertaining enough for us big kids too. We had heard reports of long queues and waiting for hours, but we were lucky enough to be able to go on a weekday outwith the school holidays, so the queues were manageable (15 mins).

We were amazed that our two waited to get on the rides but on hindsight there were plenty to watch and be amazed by.

One of the many rides at Peppa Pig World
Helicopter ride at Peppa Pig World

The highlight of the day was going into Peppa Pig’s house, where Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig, Peppa and George were talking about pancakes.  The look of joy on the boys faces when we entered the house, made the whole day worth it.  Pure joy and happiness.

The boys talked about visiting Peppa and going into her house for weeks afterwards, even now when they watch the cartoon they say “we have been to her house mummy”.

Inside Peppa Pig's house

There was an amazing selection in the gift shop, as you would expect, with loads of Peppa Pig memorabilia for kids to go crazy over.

A question that keeps coming up in our house at the moment is when will the boys start to have memories that they will keep forever. I certainly can remember bits from when I was three.

We hope that they will always remember the fabulous day we had here.
Have you been to Peppa Pig World?  Do you have any suggestions on other places to visit with the monkeys?
For more information on Peppa Pig World, visit the website.

1 Comment

  1. August 14, 2016 / 7:50 pm

    Ah we’re just in our travellodge room with 2 sleeping toddlers (fingers crossed it stays like that) and a v excited older 1 who I’ve just read this post to which us really helped him understand about the day (and to expect queues!). Thanks so much for pointing me I. The direction of this v useful post – I hope our 3 like it as much as your 2 did. They enjoyed Godstone Farm when we went a couple of weekend ago but hopefully this will surpass that! Thanks again x

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