Peppa Pig World launches royal rides ahead of Harry and Meghan’s wedding
The theme park is part of Paultons Park in Hampshire, which offers more than 70 rides and attractions.
Peppa Pig World has unveiled a new royal attraction with the creation of a Queen’s Castle in time for the forthcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The theme park, part of Paultons Park, near Romsey, Hampshire, has launched two new rides in its first expansion since the section dedicated to the popular children’s character originally opened in 2011.
The Queen’s Flying Coach Ride provides a monorail ride from the Queen’s Castle giving visitors a panoramic view of the park with commentary from Peppa Pig and a voice purporting to be the Queen.
The other new ride, Grampy Rabbit’s Sailing Club, gives youngsters a chance to ride in spinning boats around the base of the castle with models of the show’s characters on islands along the route.
Stephen Lurton, commercial director of Paultons Park, said: “Peppa Pig World has continued to grow in popularity since opening in 2011 and the additional two new rides will continue to add to its success for many years to come.”
Paultons Park is a family-run theme park which opened in 1983 covering 140 acres with more than 70 rides and attractions.