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Tips for Holiday Time Queues in Peppa Pig World: Summer Guides – Part 2

Tuesday 22nd May 2018
Written by: Marketing Team

Peppa Pig World queues, how can you avoid them? We have put together a list of top tips in our latest summer guide to help you make the most of your day. Peppa Pig World queues can sometimes occur during the holiday periods when the weather is nice as more people have time off to visit. The rides are gentle and slow for small children so time is needed to help them on and off. Take a look at our guide below to maximise your time in the Park, have fun and create wonderful family memories.

Time planning is key, either head for Peppa Pig World first before queues have time to build in the holidays or come back for the rides here later in the afternoons when less people are in the Park. If you decide to stay in Peppa Pig World, Miss Rabbit’s Helicopter Flight ride and George’s Dinosaur Adventure can get busy very quickly so head for these either straight away at 10am or last thing before leaving after 4pm.

Attractions with no queuing in Peppa Pig World include the muddy puddles water splash park, Mr Potato’s Outdoor Adventure Playground, George’s Spaceship Indoor Playzone and seeing Peppa Pig & George. During the main holiday periods, Zoe Zebra and Suzy Sheep characters also appear and walk around at different areas throughout the day. Other attractions that can be visited in the main part of the day include Peppa’s Magic Photo Studio, Peppa’s House and a photography scene inside Madame Gazelle’s School House.

Peppa’s Early Play Pass is an extra special opportunity to enter Peppa Pig World before it opens to the public on key dates throughout the main season. With a small group of Peppa fans you can personally meet Peppa Pig and George for one to one photographs, play inside the Indoor Playzone, outdoor playgrounds and enjoy the rides in this area for a limited time with no one else around! Find out more about Peppa’s Early Play & Ride Pass, dates, ticket prices and how to book.

Have fun whilst you wait – Don’t forget to bring along a backpack and pop in your little one’s favourite small toys & books to help entertain them in the queue lines. Alternatively, why not play some of your favourite family games like I spy, what can you see, how many colours can you count or what characters can you spot in Peppa Pig World. Enjoy the sights and sounds as the music plays throughout the day.

Explore Paultons Park – in the main part of the day during the holidays when Peppa Pig World is busy, take time to explore the rest of the Park fully as these areas are often much quieter. For children under 1 metre tall there is lots to explore:

  • Penguin feeding sessions take place at 12noon and 3.30pm each day
  • See our family of Meerkats behind Peppa Pig World
  • Take a ride on the Seal Falls or The Digger Ride, designed especially for smaller children
  • Our smaller ‘kiddies amusement rides’ are all set to free vend and can be found across the Park including, Garfield and The Tweenies
  • The bouncy castle and fun trampolines sit under a shaded area opposite the Go Karts
  • Water Kingdom splash park is a great way to cool off in the sun for an hour or two
  • Take a trip on the gentle Rio Grande Train Ride around the Park
  • Relax and enjoy the beautiful gardens, lake and exotic birds across the Park

Spread your visit over 2 days so you can take your time to explore all of the rides and attractions during holiday periods. Our official short break deals include a 2nd day for Free when you book a hotel, tickets & breakfast package. We also have 2 day advance family ticket discounts available via our website.

Check the weather before your visit. The forecast often affects how many other people will visit the Park. General sunny weather tends to attract more guests, however overcast or showers will attract less people – nearly all of the rides still operate* if it rains – so bring along a brolly and have fun in muddy puddles!).

We hope that you find this guide useful and we look forward to welcoming you to the Park this summer.

Paultons Park

Please note that height restrictions apply on some rides at Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World.

*Except temporary closures during lightning storms & high winds.

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