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February half-term happiness at Paultons Park

Tuesday 7th January 2020
Written by: Marketing Team
Dinosaur Tour Company


In the midst of winter, there’s nothing more enjoyable than planning a family day out, so why not plan a great day out with the kids for February half-term at the UK’s number one family theme park, Paultons Park in the New Forest Hampshire?

The Park is now closed for the winter and in light of the recently announced national lockdown, our 2021 opening date has been postponed to Friday 19th March 2021.

Why visit at February Half Term?

There are a whole host of benefits to visiting Paultons Park during the half term holiday – being amongst the first to experience all your favourite rides in the new season is a major advantage! It is also a quieter time of the year, so you can enjoy all your favourite rides over and over. Our February Half Term Official Short Break offer includes 2 days for 1 to spend even more time at the Park, a delicious breakfast, and a stay at a local family friendly hotel.

Things to do at the park during half term

The whole of Paultons Park’s 140 acres of grounds and gardens is fully open for fun activities for the entire family at half term.  There are over 70 different rides and attractions to enjoy – including the UK exclusive Peppa Pig WorldTornado Springs featuring the thrilling Storm Chaser coaster and Al’s Auto Academy Driving School, an amazing 4-D film at the Show Street Cinema, and the Jurassic-themed Lost Kingdom, which features two world-class rollercoasters – the fast and frenetic Flight of the Pterosaur and the wonderfully windy Velociraptor.

February Half Term Review

Half term break

Firstly, I would like to thank Paultons for their fantastic package where my daughter not only enjoyed the park but also to the accommodation including the package (Jurys inn) Southampton.

Lots of ride for my five year old daughter to go on and peppa pig world was amazing for her she was in her element and can’t stop talking about meeting peppa and George. It’s clean and hardly much cues. Maybe weather but was still busy for what I could see and could imagine it be busier in summer periods.

Lots for little ones to do and would definitely return again.

A big thank you to the lady on the teacups ride as well Rhonder I think her name was she looked after my wallet after losing it on there. Was very scared as thought be stranded in there but was retrieved and I couldn’t thank her enough for this. She kept me calm after the 10 minutes of panic I was in.

Over all I would recommend this for people with young kids it really keeps them entertained and there dreams and imagination lightened and that’s what I’m pleased with this review as looking as a five year old would think who really likes Peppa Pig and fun full rides.”

Date of experience: February 2020, Trip type: Travelled with family, hutchy1984 wrote a review February 2020

So why not inject a little half-term happiness and plan a February visit for the whole family to look forward to? Paultons Park opens for February half term, with tickets available to purchase online from January onwards and children under one metre in height enjoying free entry.

Paultons Park

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