Today, we went to visit the Wild Winter Safari, West Midland Safari Park thanks to moneysupermarket.com who gave us family tickets for us to do this review. It didn’t take us long to reach the place as there were lot of signs. We were greeted by friendly staff but unfortunately we weren’t allowed to upgrade our tickets to see Santa because they were fully booked until 4pm.
Both of my children are massive Peppa Pig fans and so we decided to book a weekend away to Peppa Pig World with four close friends and their kids.
After a 3 hour drive to Paultons Park, both children were so tired that they fell asleep. We were there around 9.30 am and half of the main car park was full! Packed with lots of eager children wearing Peppa Pig clothing and holding their favourite Peppa Pig toys waiting in the queue. The gate opened around 9.50 am and once we are in the park, we had to wait for another 10 minutes to get into the Peppa World.
Peppa Pig World opened just over a year ago on 9th April 2011. The layout of Peppa Pig World was very well planned and every single ride was well thought through and designed well.
These are a few rides that my children loved:
1. Grandpa Pig’s Boat Trip
This was a very gentle ride that goes around the lighthouse. Mr K wanted to sit by himself on the boat, which he was allowed to as he was 4 year old and therefore over the minimum age. By the time we were allow to board, there was no spare boat for him. I had to make him sit with us otherwise he had to wait till the next ride.
Ready, get set, go! The first thing you see as you walk to the park is the the world record breaking Lego tower that they had built between 3 – 8 July 2012. It was amazing to see the result of hard work many people had put in to build this tower.