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A Day at Peppa Pig Theme Park

This past weekend, the kids and I took an impromptu trip to visit my parents in Florida. The kids had Monday and Tuesday off from school, so I took those days off work, and we all enjoyed a four-day weekend in the Sunshine State!

During our visit, my mom and I took my two youngest kids to Peppa Pig Theme Park. We’ve been wanting to visit since it opened in February 2022, but back then we were still backpacking around Europe.

Peppa Pig Theme Park

Melody, who was six at the time of our visit, has been a Peppa Pig fan for a long time. In fact, when she was just learning to talk, she said some words in a British accent because of the show! She also used some British terms like “trolley” for shopping cart and “holiday” for vacation. She even said “tomahtoes” instead of “tomaytoes”!

Harrison, Melody’s big brother, tagged along for the day so she’d have a buddy. He’s nine and had just as much fun as she did, riding the rides, playing the games, and exploring the play areas and splash pad.

A Day At Peppa Pig Theme Park

Peppa Pig Theme Park is the perfect way to spend a day with young ones — I’d say that kids under 10 are the ideal parkgoers. Kids older than 10 would probably have more fun at Disney, Universal Studios, or the next-door Legoland.

Peppa Pig Theme Park sign

The park is located in Winter Haven, which is close enough to fit in as part of your Orlando vacation alongside your other theme park plans.

You can easily experience all of Peppa Pig Theme Park in a single day, or even a half day if you have other plans. That being said, you can also spend your whole day at the park, from open to close, and be busy the whole time.

Peppa Pig Theme Park

Peppa Pig Theme Park Rides

There are six rides at the park, with varying height restrictions. Adults can accompany their children on all the rides, with the exception of the Bike Tour and Tricycle Trail, simply because adults will be too big for the bikes!

If you arrive when the park opens, you should be able to get on all the rides with little to no wait time, but the lines will get longer as the day goes on. That’s why I suggest hitting all the rides first, then seeing a show, eating lunch, relaxing in the cinema, and then going to the play areas.

Daddy Pig’s Roller Coaster

Daddy Pig's Roller Coaster

I took my kids on the roller coaster — they got lucky and snagged the front seat, and I sat behind them. The coaster goes around the short track twice, and the kids loved it. Adults might not love a long wait for the length of the ride, so I’d recommend heading here first!

The line queue goes through a life-size replica of Peppa Pig’s house, which was fun!

Inside Peppa Pig's house

Minimum rider height is 36 inches. Guests less than 42 inches must be accompanied by a responsible rider 14 years of age or older.

Grampy Rabbit’s Dinosaur Adventure

Not gonna lie — I greatly enjoyed the Dinosaur Adventure, even with the slight embarrassment of being an adult riding alone on a kiddie ride. It’s a fun, relaxing ride with some fun characters to look at along the way.

Melody on Dinosaur Adventure

My kids each rode their own dinosaurs, but smaller ones can double up with their adult, sitting on a smaller seat in front of the main seat.

Minimum rider height is 34 inches. Guests less than 43 inches must be accompanied by a responsible rider 14 years of age or older.

Grandad Dog’s Pirate Boat Ride

The Pirate Boat ride was one I didn’t want to do twice. I’m not overly susceptible to motion sickness, but the rocking motion of this ride was more than I needed! The kids loved it though.

No minimum height requirement. Guests less than 43 inches OR under 4 years old must be accompanied by a responsible rider 14 years of age or older.

Mr. Bull’s High Striker

Mr. Bull’s High Striker is a classic “frog hopper” style ride, which always delights my kids. They never get tired of me on the ground, pretending to be angry, and telling them to “get back down here” every time they go up.

High Striker

Minimum rider height is 34 inches. Guests less than 43 inches must be accompanied by a responsible rider 14 years of age or older.

Peppa Pig’s Balloon Ride

They don’t spin. In case you were wondering. All four of us fit into one balloon basket and enjoyed this circular ride that rose above the ground. I’ve been on similar rides where the basket itself spins, like a teacup ride, which can cause major motion sickness. But not to worry here — these baskets don’t spin! The ride was pleasant and picturesque.

Peppa Pig Balloon Ride

No minimum height requirement. Guests less than 51 inches must be accompanied by a responsible rider 14 years of age or older.

Peppa’s Pedal Bike Tour & George’s Tricycle Trail

Bike Tour

More of a play area than a traditional ride — kids can grab a bike and ride the Bike Tour! Little ones can ride in the Tricycle Trail area which is a little calmer. This was one of the first areas we visited, before the park got busy. Later in the day this area gets a little chaotic. Still, the kids loved it and kept wanting to go back.

Peppa Pig Theme Park Play Areas

The rides at Peppa Pig Theme Park were lots of fun, but it was the play areas that the kids wanted to spend hours exploring!

While there’s a long list of play areas, they are found primarily in four different areas. There’s the fun fair games area, the playground area, the sand play area, and the splash pad.

Fun Fair

In the Fun Fair area of the park, you’ll find several of the rides, plus a selection of games. Unlike most theme parks, kids can play these games for free! But note that there are no prizes.

You can “fish” for ducks in the duck pond, go inside the magic mirror tent, and play carnival games.

Peppa Pig Playground Areas

Peppa Pig Treehouse

In one corner of the park you’ll find the playground area that is comprised of several different named areas:

  • George’s Fort
  • Grandpa Pig’s Greenhouse
  • Madame Gazelle’s Nature Trail
  • Peppa Pig’s Treehouse
  • Rebecca Rabbit’s Playground

Little ones will have tons of fun exploring the different play structures. My two spent a good ten minutes on just one maze that was mounted on a wall!

Nature Trail

Pirate Island Sand Play

Sand Play area

Kids love to play in the sand, and there’s lots to do in the pirate-themed sand play area. We chose to play in this area right before hitting the splash pad — the other way around could have been pretty messy, with sand sticking to wet skin!

Muddy Puddles Splash Pad

Muddy Puddles Splash Pad

“Splash pad” doesn’t really do this area justice, as it’s really a mini water park with slides and other fun water features. We visited this area last, and the kids played for easily over an hour. They would have played a lot longer, too, but we were ready to head home.

Melody on Muddy Puddles waterslide

Peppa Pig Theme Park Shows

Cinema

Peppa Pig Cinema

The cinema was the perfect place to cool off and relax when it got really hot in the middle of the day (even in October). There are big pillows for the kids to sit or lie on while they watch Peppa Pig episodes. A bench along the walls is a comfortable place for adults to sit and take a breather in the cool air-conditioned room!

Mr. Potato’s Showtime Arena

Is a theme park a theme park if it doesn’t have live entertainment? Well you won’t have to worry about that at Peppa Pig Theme Park, because they have several shows each day!

Peppa Pig Comes to Play

We saw Peppa Pig Comes to Play, which was the only show on stage the day we visited. The website lists another show called Peppa Pig’s Treasure Hunt Adventure, which features George in addition to Peppa.

The show was high energy with several fun songs that had the kids in the crowd dancing and participating. As someone who has been a theme park entertainer myself(!), I thought the performers did a great job keeping their young audience entertained.

Kids watching Peppa Pig Theme Park show

Food at Peppa Pig Theme Park

There’s just one restaurant at Peppa Pig Theme Park, Miss Rabbit’s Diner, and while there’s lots of seating indoors and out, the lines can get long. We opted to grab lunch on the earlier side, so we didn’t have to wait too long.

Miss Rabbit's Diner

The options were basic but surprisingly high-quality. The grilled cheese, in particular, was thick and made with several types of cheese. I enjoyed the mac and cheese, and the kids liked their pizzas.

All four of us got kids’ meals which were enough to fill us up. The kids’ meals come with an entree, a side, and a drink.

You can also find bottled drinks and packaged ice cream in the shop.

Shopping at Peppa Pig Theme Park

There is one gift shop at Peppa Pig Theme Park, Mr. Fox’s Shop, and I’d recommend skipping it. If you need to get a quick drink or forgot your sunscreen, it’s convenient to be able to grab those things in the shop. They also had really cute bathing suits and blankets. However, the toys were way overpriced.

We were going to buy a playset when we realized it was almost a hundred dollars, but only $60-something at Walmart, so instead we made a stop there on the way home and saved a significant amount!

Peppa Pig Theme Park Ticket Prices

Tickets for Peppa Pig Theme Park start at $34.99 for the day, and you can get discounts when you buy multi-day or multi-park passes, combining with Legoland and/or Legoland Water Park. Children under 2 are free.

You can also purchase annual passes and vacation passes, the latter including hotel accommodations at one of the Legoland Florida Resort hotels.

Should you visit Peppa Pig Theme Park?

If you have kids under 10 who are fans of the show, then it’s a big YES from us. The park is small, but it’s packed with fun — the exact kind of fun that will thrill little ones and entertain them for the whole day.

Kids by Peppa Pig characters

Adults will appreciate being able to enjoy the rides with their kids, relaxing in the cooler areas of the park like the cinema and the splash park, not having to navigate miles walking around a bigger theme park, and doing it all for a low, low cost.

Have a great time and make sure to jump in some muddy (or not-so-muddy) puddles! *snort*

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