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Family Day out? Head to Peppa Pig World!

It's that time of the year when skies are clearing, the air is warming, and we turn our minds to family days out. Oh yes. North London Mums will be running a series on days out and family escapes, and we thought we'd start with our fave adventure of last year which was a family weekend at Peppa Pig World. If your kids love jumping in muddy puddles then read on...

It was with some trepidation - and high toddler excitement- that we headed out of North London for a weekend at Peppa Pig World. Luckily it definitely lives up to expectations and is a great treat for toddlers!

Simply laid out in cool pastel shades, with the theme tune tinkling in the background, the Peppa Pig World has loads to do. The gentle rides cleverly re-imagine some iconic elements of Peppa Pig- Grandpa Pig's Boat Ride and a trip up to Windy Castle are two of these. But the park also offers lots of breakouts for little people who don't want to queue (and the queues do take time), including a playground, soft play area (George's Spaceship Playzone) and - of course- a large (blissfuly mud free) splash play area which was a highlight for North London Toddler. Peppa and George make scheduled appearances for a wave and a cuddle which the kids all love.

What we loved: A simple layout in a relaxing environment, very clean and with fantastic family toilets and changing facilities. Lots of different things to entertain small kids.

What we didn't: The food concessions are standard fast food fair (burgers, chicken nuggets etc). Kid-friendly healthy options and unusual Peppa Pig treats (Miss Rabbit's icecream van?) would have been fun.

Vital Stats:
We took a short break offered through the Paulton's Park Website and it turned out to be very good value with two half days spent enjoying the park. We even fitted in a couple of adult trips down the waterslide in the main park. 

Location:  Paultons Park, Hampshire
Website: http://www.paultonsbreaks.com/peppapigworld/index.html
Cost (short break tickets+hotel):  From £37.75pp

Did you enjoy Peppa Pig World? We'd love to hear your thoughts! Can you recommend any other kiddie attractions- let us know!
Rosie Lee 25 March 2012 at 14:35 said...

This is where I get the idea to take my family on a very exciting day out. I observe the happiness it brings when you are totally attached with your family the whole day around enjoying the trip. Thanks to the Peppa pig world for hinting me this idea.

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