5 great reasons to visit Paultons Park this Christmas
Paultons Park offers families a magical Christmas experience! The Park also has twinkling illuminations, seasonal music and a giant musical Christmas tree.
Here is our guide for the top 5 reasons to visit Paultons Park this Christmas:
1. The Musical Christmas Tree and Christmas Show
Paultons Park iconic Musical Christmas Tree is showered with sparkling lights that illuminate in time with festive music. The festive music is played all around Paultons Park, mainly featured at the show stage! Join the show stage for magical Christmas musical performances.
2. Meet Santa in his Grotto
Meet Santa in his magical Grotto and many of his animal friends along the way as they all get ready for Christmas Eve. Adorable animated characters greet you at every turn with twinkling light and magical scenes brought to life. A FREE GIFT for all children and a festive treat for adults. Photo opportunities are also available (additional charge).
3. Lost Kingdom Open for Christmas
A Jurassic world where Dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes greet your every turn, an unbelievable prehistoric landscape where you will see, hear, and feel that you have been catapulted back to a long forgotten era. Rides include Flight of the Pterosaur, Velociraptor and Dino Chase coasters, The Boulder Dash, Temple Heights and Dino Tour Co. ride!
4. Peppa Pig World at Christmas
Peppa Pig World trnsforms at Christmas time, with; twinkling illuminations, seasonal music and giant Christmas trees. Santa in his sleigh with the reindeer from the series can also be seen and meet Peppa Pig and George in their winter scarves, hats and coats.
5. A selection of Attractions and Rides
Paultons Park offers a variety of rides for all ages such as; Expedition Express, Wave Runner, Viking Boats, The Victorian Carousel and Trekking Tractors.
All tickets for Christmas at Paultons including Santa’s Grotto must be pre-booked in advance and there is a limited number available. Book early to avoid disappointment!
See you soon,
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