An excellent theme park for children with rides just slightly tamer than the likes of Chessington and Thorpe but with lower height restrictions meaning that kids around 1m tall will be able to go on all bar about 3 rides!
Queues on a Monday in August were minimal with the longest wait being 5 minutes.
Animal attractions were well maintained although clearly not the main focus!
At £17 or so entrance that was excellent value for money!
The food that's available in park is not the healthiest but portions were good.
Loads of loos and all were clean although there was the usual UK problem of a lack of hand dryers!
Best suited to families and with kids under 10. well worth the trip!
paultons park is great fun for all the family. there are little rides for younger children and an indoor nursery rhyme display. for older children there are faster rides such as the cobra roller coaster,pirate ship and log fume. there are shows starring percy,the parks owl mascot and dinosaur land, crazy golf, bouncy castles, trampolines and so much more. this place is chil friendly and the staff are very helpful.disabled facilities: most of the park fully accessible. open: daily from 20 march- 4 november see website for details paultons.co.uk
prices : adults £16, children under 1 metre free,Senior Citizens £13, family tickets prices:Family of 3 £45.50, family of 4 £60.00, family of 5 £75.00. new Sky Swinger Ride opens on the 1st of july. great fun for all the family.they also do birthday party`s and short breaks too.
Children will love this place as there is plenty to keep them occupied all day long. Adults will enjoy the site as there are grown up toys as well as walks etc. Quite expensive to take a family for one day but if you live nearby the season ticket is a very good option. During the summer months you may have to wait to get on some of the rides
We took our four year old (and her twin sisters who are only 6 months) and the cost of a family of 3 ticket was £56 - booked online the day before (no cost for twins as under 1 metre children are free). Much better value than Legoland (although I still love Legoland).
Most of our day was spent in the delightful Peppa Pig World and were very impressed. Lots of rides suitable for kids up to about 5 with others suitable for older children dotted around the rest of Paultons.
We were there on a 'school day' but as Peppa Pig World is aimed at pre-schoolers it was still quite busy but totally do-able. Suspect weekends in school holidays could be quite chaotic though.
Plenty of places to buy lunch and snacks or sit and eat a picnic.
Bring swimming costumes for kids as there are a couple of places in the park where they can play with water jets, etc.
Peppa Pig World shop has just about anything you can think of related to Peppa Pig.
Well what a great day out we all had, the park was absolute fantastic The girls loved it and so did we, the rides were good and the queues were about 15-20 minutes wait which was not bad at all. The garden and the birds were good aswell. They take care in the garden specially the snakes and ladders theme they had was really good and must of took time. It was a lovely day hot and sunny, the girls did not get bord at all and just wanted to stay there till it was dark, which I agree them as they could have it open till later than 5.30pm. But other by that the food places were ok, we stopped in the burger place and burgers were great and chips. My daughter's are 3 and 11 which my 11 year old loved just going on the rides with her sister in peppa pig world with her. She got to go on her rides aswell. The park is all spaced out and not far to walk round to rides like Thorpe Park. They could do with Peppa and George to walk round the park now and agian though. Or even some of the other characters. I would recommend taking your children here, It's abit pricey but get there early and get on all the rides you can. They have lockers aswell there, by the water park and that is good but we never went in there as we wanted to go the rides more, and make the most of our money.
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