Home to the world’s first Peppa Pig World, Paultons Park has launched its new attraction for 2013 - a state-of-the-art, 150-seat 4D cinema. The family attraction has invested over £1.5 million into its brand new, art-deco theatre and 1930’s Hollywood-themed Show Street.
When you arrive at the cinema, it feels like you're stepping back in time to the glamourous era of 1930's Hollywood.
The 4D sensory cinema allows the audience to watch a movie in 3D while seated in specially-designed moving chairs that coincide with the action on the big screen.
Children and adults alike with love the 4D experience at Paulton's Park cinema.
The first feature film will take children, and their parents, to the high seas with Captain Scabb on a swash buckling adventure to find the legendary treasure of Skull Rock, which was also crowned winner of the Best Children’s Animated Film award at the Stuttgart Film Festival in 2009.
Commercial director of Paultons Park, Stephen Lorton, said: “The 4D cinema is a great new addition to the Park for the 2013 season. We continually aim to improve the guest experience at Paultons Park and the 4D cinema provides fantastic indoor entertainment for the whole family.”
The Curse of Skull Rock 4D which is currently playing at the 4D cinema.
The Hampshire-based Park is the home to the renowned Peppa Pig World. This amazing land lets youngsters discover Peppa’s World in nearly three acres of fully-themed fun. There are seven fabulous rides including; Miss Rabbit’s Helicopter Flight, Peppa’s Big Balloon Ride, Grandpa’s Little Train, George’s Dinosaur Adventure and kids can even ride in a ‘cloud’ around Windy Castle.
Younger children will love the garden-themed Trekking Tractors ride, Land of the Dinosaurs, Seal Falls, the Digger Ride, Jumping Jack, Tiny Tots Town and the Wonderful World of Wind in the Willows where characters from this classic story have their amazing adventures.
It's a wonderful day out for the whole family and comes highly recommended. Paultons Park is open daily, for further information, including opening times and how to book tickets online in advance to save money click here.