Peppa Pig World is coming!
Thursday 27, January 2011
Paultons Park is always looking for more ways to help you and your family have a fun day out and April will see the family theme park launch a very special attraction when it unveils Peppa Pig World.
Exclusive to Paultons Park, Peppa Pig World is a magical kingdom that will bring your children’s favourite TV characters to life and is guaranteed to raise a smile.
With seven magical rides, fun animated attractions, indoor and outdoor play areas and even a Peppa-themed toy shop, Peppa Pig World will keep your little ones entertained for hours. Peppa Pig World will even be home to a Muddy Puddles water play area and Daddy Pig’s Big Tummy Café!. The only difficulty will be getting them home without a grumble but Peppa Pig herself will be on hand to help.
Peppa Pig World will open its gates on 9th April 2011 but you can register to buy tickets online now from the dedicated Peppa Pig World website at www.peppapigworld.co.uk to ensure you don’t miss out. The website is packed with fun activities to entertain your child such as maps of the park and pictures of its rides to get your children really excited!
Why not logon and enter our golden ticket competition which will enable you to visit Peppa Pig World first, on Saturday 2nd April a week before it is open to the general public.
Paultons Park, the family theme park in Hampshire, has been entertaining families for over 25 years. With 60 plus rides and attractions, thrills and excitement are the order of the day and now with its special Peppa Pig World addition there is even more fun to be had! So be an early bird and logon to the Peppa Pig World website to register for your tickets and ensure you don’t miss out!
Paultons Park is open for February half-term from Sunday 20th February 2011 and daily from Friday 1st April 2011... Check the website for full details and daily closing times which vary.
For more information on visiting Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park and to book tickets online visit www.peppapigworld.co.uk
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