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Paultons Park has two amazing new attractions for 2018!
Opening for February Half Term is Little Africa. See the Park’s own little corner of Africa and discover the amazing animals and birds of the savanna. From Meerkats, to Porcupines, Lizards to Polecats there are animals of all shapes and size to delight and entertain. Visit the nocturnal house to see the Fennec Foxes, Giant Pouched Rats and Scorpions before venturing back in to the picturesque free flying aviary to meet Trumpeter Hornbills, Black-Crowned Night Herons and many, many more fascinating species.
Paultons is of course home to the world’s first and UK exclusive Peppa Pig World and from the 16th May 2018 there will be more Peppa fun than ever with the opening of a large new expansion. The highlight of the extension will be two fun new rides, The Queen’s Flying Coach Ride and Grampy Rabbit’s Sailing Club. The Queen’s Flying Coach Ride will take families on a royal tour around part of Peppa Pig World in individual coaches starting from the top of the majestic Queen’s Castle. Children and parents will also be able to hop aboard brightly coloured boats at Grampy Rabbit’s Sailing Club where they can join the adventure and sail around Peppa Pig World and discover Pirate Island!
As well as the new rides, there will be plenty of new Peppa friends to meet, including Gerald Giraffe and Mr Bull and his maintenance team with their digger and crane! Paultons Park has also built an additional dedicated baby care centre and a new Peppa- themed catering outlet called The Queen’s Kitchen! Paultons Park 2018 tickets will be on sale early January and short breaks are available to book now.
Carve out some fun times at TripAdvisor’s best-rated amusement park, Paultons Park, this October. Halloween-themed decorations which include more than 1,500 pumpkins placed around the park, and frightfully fun activities, will run from Saturday October 7.