All you need to know about Peppa Pig World and the new Splash Lagoon ride

Peppa Pig World: Your go-to guide

by Hannah Carroll |
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If your little ones are huge fans of Peppa Pig, they're guaranteed to love a fun day out at Paultons Parks Peppa Pig World.

This theme park for toddlers is home to fun rides, an indoor play zone, a muddy puddles water splash park, and so much more. And of course, life-sized Peppa and George are bound to make an appearance themselves.

If you're looking for a fun toddler day out idea, then we definitely recommend a trip to Peppa Pig World. There's even an amazing new flume ride right next door that'll be the perfect addition to your day out; read our full review of Paultons Park Peppa Pig World.

Where is Peppa Pig World?

You’ll find Peppa Pig World tucked away in the beautiful location of The New Forest in Hampshire. It's part of the Paultons Family Theme Park. It's super easy to get to in the car, and the best part? Parking is free. Simply pop the address below in your satnav for a stress-free journey:

Paultons Park
Ower, Romsey
The New Forest
SO51 6AL

If you don't fancy travelling there in the car, you can catch the Peppa Pig World Express coach from London. You can find the latest coach times and meeting points here.

The nearest stations to the park are Southampton Airport Parkway, which is 10 miles away and a 15-minute taxi drive to the Park. There's also Southampton Central, which is eight miles away and a 10-15 minute taxi drive to the Park.

Where is the new Splash Lagoon ride?

The brand new Splash Lagoon flume ride is the latest addition to the Lost Kingdom experience at Paultons Park, which is right next to Peppa Pig World. So if you have an older child who is dino-mad, it's the perfect place to go to as well.

It opened just in time for the May half term 2024; the water boat ride explores the dinosaur world, with rapids and an exciting drop into a lagoon. It'll be fun for both mini explorers and parents.

What are the Peppa Pig World opening times?

Peppa Pig World is in Paultons Family Theme Park and opens at 10am, closing at 5pm Monday - Thursday and closing at 5:30pm on weekends. Just make sure you get there early to avoid the queues.

How much are tickets?

Peppa Pig World prices start from £43.50 per person when purchased online; these tickets permit entry to a theme park, with children under one meter tall going free. You can book your tickets to Peppa Pig World here.

What age is Peppa Pig World suitable for?

Peppa Pig World is full of fun for children between the ages of one and six. But some rides do have a height restriction, for example George’s Dinosaur Adventure, where children must be a minimum of 85cm tall. We recommend measuring your little one before you go, as if they are 110cm or more, they will have to ride in the adult seat alone.

What should I bring to Peppa Pig World?

For any day out, make sure you bring enough refreshments to get you through the day. You can bring snacks and plenty to drink, although food and drink can also be purchased at on the site. There are plenty of picnic areas for you to enjoy.

You can also pack a swimming costume and a towel as there is the Muddy Puddles Water Splash Park; or just bring a spare pair of clothes.

A pair of socks wouldn’t go amiss either for George’s Spaceship Indoor Playzone.

What to do when you first arrive at Peppa Pig World

Make your first stop is the First Aid Centre on Show Street to pick up a Lost Child Sticker, just in case your little one wanders off.

Next, head straight to Miss Rabbit’s Helicopter ride, especially if you arrive early. This ride is really popular and has the slowest queue, so get there as you arrive to avoid disappointment. It can take a bit of time to get through some of the queues to the rides, so we'd recommend bringing a little activity book for your child to enjoy while they wait. You can even apply suncream and have snacks while you wait, or get silly and practise your pig snorts.

Are Peppa and George at Peppa Pig World?

It really wouldn't be Peppa Pig World without an appearance from the big stars themselves. You can check when Peppa and George are appearing at Madame Gazelle’s School House, where times of their appearance are listed. Plan snack time for 15 minutes before, so you can get there early for a good view, and refuel while waiting.

What if it's too busy at Peppa Pig World?

Peppa Pig World is just one part of Paulton’s Family Theme Park so feel free to pop next door when it gets a bit busy. Expect to find big-kid rollercoasters, real flamingos and penguins, as well as an enclosed area with a bouncy castle and floor-height trampolines. There are also sandy play areas at Little Explorer’s Adventure Play Park and Tiny Tots Town.

Don’t miss the mini-rides, Seal Falls and Digger Ride, or finding the enormous dinosaur models in the Lost Kingdom. Keep an eye out for all the little coin-operated rides set to free play too.

Hannah Carroll is our Senior Parenting, Lifestyle and Home Product Writer. In her capacity, she curates top-notch listicles, crafts insightful how-to guides, and delivers expert product reviews. As a mother of three, Hannah draws upon her comprehensive understanding of all facets of family life to bring true insight into all the products that make running a home easier.

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