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Top Tips Check List for Visiting Paultons Park - Home of Peppa Pig World
With the help of our visitors we have compiled a top tips checklist of things to remember when visiting Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World.
Purchase your tickets online in advance to enter the Park quickly and avoid waiting to buy tickets at the admission kiosks when you arrive.
Make sure you know the height of your child(ren) before you visit so the little ones know what rides they can/cannot go on before they get excited!
Upon entering the Park pick up one of our "lost child contact" stickers and place it on your child's back, where he/she cannot reach it with his/her hand.
At the beginning of your day head for the rides at the back of the Park first as the closest rides tend to be more popular straight away. Also leave the bigger thrill rides until lunch when most people are eating or at the end of the day.
During school holidays head for Peppa Pig World either straight away or towards the end of the day to reduce waiting times for the more popular attractions.
Check the chalk board at the School House in Peppa Pig World to see Peppa & George appearance times throughout the day.
Pushchairs and strollers are not allowed in the waiting lines, so keep a separate bag at the ready with your valuables in and drink/sunhat/lotion to take with you when you head for a ride - anything else can stay in the pushchair. Alternatively we have lockers available for hire.
Remember to bring socks for you and your children if they want to play in the Indoor Playzone in Peppa Pig World as children or adults without socks will not be permitted entry.
Don't forget to bring a swimming costume and towels for the little ones for the Water Kingdom and Muddy Puddles splash parks when they are open.
If you have very young children take a bucket and spade for the sandy play areas.
Go on the water rides last in case you get wet, to avoid spending the day in damp clothes - although there are dryers available for an extra charge.
And finally, a reminder of things to remember to bring!
Socks for Children & Adults
Suncream, Sun Hat (on hot days)
Swimming Costumes, Towels (when the splash Parks are open)
Waterproofs, Umbrella, Wellington Boots (just in case...)