Our Peppa Pig World Adventure

Last Wednesday I took S to Peppa Pig World with my 2 cousins and their kids. To be honest he’s a little young for it and he doesn’t know who Peppa Pig is but I figured it’d be a nice day out for him and he’d enjoy being with the other kids.

PPW is located within Paulton’s Park in Southampton (about 100-120 minutes from London). We aimed to leave around 8:45am but after stopping off for coffee then turning around because 2 of us forgot our prams (I know, I know I can hear you ask how did we forget one of the most essential things?!) we finally left the NW3/NW8 area at around 9:30am. It was a nice drive out of London and all the way down the M3. We were at PPW at about midday (after my 2 cousins dropped their stuff off at their hotel).

As soon as we walked in, it started raining 😦 Luckily we were all equipped with raincoats, umbrellas and rain covers (you can never trust the British weather!) and thankfully it stopped 15 minutes later and stayed dry for the rest of the day.

I quite liked PPW and S enjoyed himself as well. The only issue we had was the long queues for the rides but seeing as kids are still on summer holidays we couldn’t really ask for better. The kids played in the playground, went on the train ride, tea cup ride, hot air balloon ride, indoor play area and the older children went on the roller coaster and spinning boat ride. I used to love rollercoasters (Thorpe Park and Alton Towers) but this time the tea cup ride left me spinning. Think it’s a sign I’m getting old!! haha

We left at about 4:30pm and headed back to the hotel where all the kids went swimming. We had an early dinner and S and I headed back to London leaving my cousins and the kids with another day at PPW.

I’d suggest taking your own lunch as the selection of food there was very limited. They had two carts that sold mini pizzas, pastries and hotdogs and a small selection of sandwiches inside. Perhaps there are more eateries in Paulton’s Park but in PPW that is all they had.

In my opinion PPW is great for kids 2+ years but I’m still glad we went. It was a fun day out and I’ll be sure to take him again next year. Maybe by then he’ll know who Peppa Pig is 🙂

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12 thoughts on “Our Peppa Pig World Adventure

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  2. My children aren’t particularly interested in Peppa Pig (much to my relief) so Peppa Pig World isn’t somewhere I’ve really looked at taking them. Was it expensive?
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x

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  4. We went to Paultons in December for the winter wonderland & also went into Peppa Pig world. Toddler has become Peppa obsessed in about the last 2 weeks but had never seen it when we went. I thought they had done a pretty good job of creating some variety & adventure in rides that were suitable for very young children though, so thought it was quite good. (If you go in December, no queues, funnily enough!) #happyquacks

  5. I have no idea how my daughter knows who Peppa Pig is since it’s CBeebies all the way here, but she’s picked it up from somewhere. I’ve been wondering whether Peppa Pig World is any good, and this sounds like it might be a nice day out for us. Thanks for the review.

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