The Ultimate Guide To Peppa Pig Theme Park For Families

A young boy jumps along a path at the Peppa Pig Theme Park in Florida.

Your next oinktastic vacation awaits thanks to our ultimate guide to Peppa Pig Theme Park for families! Peppa Pig Theme Park is newly opened in central Florida, about an hour and ten minutes from both Orlando and Tampa’s international airports. The theme park, next to Legoland® Florida, provides a one-stop-shop for all things Peppa Pig and friends.

Little ones will delight as they visit Peppa’s house, take a spin on a coaster with Daddy Pig, play carnival games, splash in “muddy” puddles, and build sandcastles. The options are seemingly endless! Of course, when planning a vacation here, there are a few things you should know first. On this list, we cover the best rides for kids at Peppa Pig Theme Park, extra perks for families, and even where to stay nearby. Read on for our Ultimate Guide To Peppa Pig Theme Park For Families! 

Best Rides at Peppa Pig Theme Park for Kids

Two kids sitting in separate roller coaster cars at Peppe Pig Theme Park in Florida.

First up in our ultimate guide to Peppa Pig Theme Park for families, are the exciting rides! Kids will love the variety of rides at Peppa Pig Theme Park. When you enter the park, one of the first things you’ll see is Peppa Pig’s bright yellow house and Daddy Pig’s roller coaster. The house is a waiting area for the roller coaster, that puts you in Peppa’s living room and kitchen before zooming around the roller coaster track! Families will go back to prehistoric times with Grampy Rabbit’s Dinosaur Adventure, another popular ride.

Two kids look out from a high balloon ride out onto a large theme park.

The Fun Fair area has two rides that give you a nice vantage point over the park – Peppa’s Balloon Ride and Mr. Bull’s High Striker. And don’t forget about the high seas! Grandad Dog’s Pirate Boat Ride has families sailing in search of treasure. The rides are accessible to most kids. Some rides have a minimum height of 34 inches, while others require a responsible rider aged 14 or over if less than 43 and 51 inches tall. The play spaces do not have height restrictions. 

Play Areas at Peppa Pig Theme Park for Kids

A young boy riding a tricycle races around a track at one of the play areas at the Peppa Pig Theme Park in Florida.

There are many ways to play as a family during a fantastic day at Peppa Pig Theme Park! Several play spaces stretch across the park, including Granny Pig’s Garden, which houses a grassy maze to George’s fort, Peppa Pig’s treehouse, Grandpa Pig’s greenhouse, and obstacles in Rebecca Rabbit’s playground.

Or, pretend you’re at the beach with Pirate Island Sand Play, complete with buckets and shovels to dig for buried treasure. For even more thematic exploration, there’s a Fun Fair with Suzy Sheep’s funhouse and carnival games. Peppa’s Pedal Bike Tour/George’s Tricycle Trail take little ones on a cycling adventure through a campsite in the woods up into the mountains. And when you need to take a break from all the action, the indoor cinema has everyone’s favorite episodes of Peppa Pig on loop!

A young boy races down a pink slide at an outdoor splash pad.

And a true highlight on any warm day is the Muddy Puddles Splash Pad. Be sure to pack your bathing suit and a towel, as this play space for kids is wet and wild! Parents will appreciate the shaded beach chairs along the perimeter, as well as a few changing rooms. The playgrounds and splash pads are sure to be a huge hit at the Peppa Pig Theme Park for families!

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More Fun for Families at Peppa Pig Theme Park

Several families sit on the ground at an outdoor move theatre featuring Peppe Pig films.

Looking for more fun at Peppa Pig Theme Park for families? Mr. Potato’s Showtime Arena offers a comfortable, shady spot to meet Peppa Pig and friends. (Or to just rest in between places to play). The 15-minute show featuring Peppa and George happens throughout the day, with a photo opportunity following the entertainment. Other surprise guests may show up for photo opportunities as well. For example, Mummy Pig popped on the stage in between the two-afternoon showtimes. 

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Oinktastic Extras for Families

Two kids walk into a blue and white striped tent on a sunny day.

Up next on our ultimate guide to Peppa Pig Theme Park for families is the oinktastic extras! Be sure to visit Guest Services for your “first visit” button, a map, and stickers. There’s also a gift shop with snacks and toys, as well as Miss Rabbit’s Diner serving meals like pizza, grilled cheese, and mac and cheese for kids, and gourmet sandwiches, flatbreads, and healthy grain-based bowls for adults. And don’t forget the sweet treats like milkshakes and a Marshmallow “Mud” Cup!

However, it might make sense to pack at least some food as the restaurant line was quite long without a fully packed theme park. If you’re planning to take home the park photographers’ photos with characters or from your ride on Daddy Pig’s roller coaster, consider a one-day photo pass for digital copies of your big day out with Peppa (which can also include photos taken at Legoland).

To see everything in the park, it takes about a half-day to get through, assuming a few lines for the rides. If you’re in the area for more than a day, consider a ticket that also includes Legoland Florida and the Legoland Water Park entry to make the most of your family visit. 

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Where to Stay near Peppa Pig Theme Park with Kids

The exterior entrance to the LEGOLAND Hotel, featuring two lego-inspired mascots and two kids.
Photo Courtesy: LEGOLAND Hotel

Want to be steps from the action? Here’s where to stay near Peppa Pig Theme Park for families. Book a stay at one of the three Legoland properties, each with its own personality. The Legoland Hotel and Pirate Island Hotel share a lobby, but each has its own theming, restaurants, and pools just steps from the entrance of Legoland and Peppa Pig Theme Park. The Legoland Beach Retreat is a short shuttle ride away from where families stay in themed bungalows! Looking for other options? Courtyard by Marriott Winter Haven, Holiday Inn Winter Haven, Holiday Inn Express Lake Wales, and Hampton Inn & Suites Lake Wales all put you within 15 minutes or less of Peppa Pig Theme Park. 

A unique stay awaits your family at one of these Best Themed Hotels In The United States For Families!

Enjoy the Wonderful World of Peppa Pig! 

A young boy stands under the falling water at a brightly colored splash pad attraction that dumps water from overhead.

We hope this Ultimate Guide To Peppa Pig Theme Park For Families helps you plan a wonderful vacation in Florida! Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or an extended trip, we’re sure you’ll love this theme park. Have an oinktastic time immersing yourself in Peppa’s world!

*Unless otherwise noted, all images within this article belong to and are courtesy of Megan Tucker.

*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the attractions, accommodations, or things to do on this list may be closed. Please ensure availability before making your decision. 

*This post may contain affiliate links that may earn us a small commission, at no additional cost to you. Affiliate links in no way inform the hotels, sights, products, or other recommendations included in our articles. All opinions and recommendations expressed here are compiled from submissions submitted by the generous members of our Families Who Love To Travel community.

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Megan Tucker

Megan Tucker is a public relations professional, wife, mom and lover of all things travel and travel planning, based in Arlington, Virginia. While she grew up in New England, she's lived in the Washington, DC area, London and Abu Dhabi, and has traveled across the United States, the Caribbean, Western Europe, South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania with and without her husband and two sons.