Peppa Pig World of Play Opens at Woodfield Mall

Peppa Pig will bring her charm, accent and penchant for friends across the pond to open a play space that’s semi-Lake Michigan adjacent.

The Peppa Pig World of Play is now open at Woodfield Mall. Active fans ages 2-6 can explore 14 play activities based on the children’s series, Peppa Pig. The animated cartoon series aimed at preschoolers and set in Britain first aired in 2004 and can be seen on Nick Jr.

Attractions to discover

The 14 interactive activity areas include:

  • Rebecca Rabbit’s Underground Adventure: Crawl through tunnels and hop like a bunny.
  • George’s Fort and Peppa’s Treehouse: Slide down the fort’s slide or walk up to explore Peppa’s treehouse.
  • Grandad Dog’s Garage: Jump on a trike and go through a car wash or fill up gas at the petrol pump.
  • Madame Gazelle School Bus Trip: Take a ride with Madame Gazelle as you sing along and play musical instruments.
  • Grandpa Pig’s Train: Climb abroad the colorful train or help Grandma Pig water some flowers.

Other areas include Peppa Pig’s house, a Cinema and more. Guests can also take a break at the themed Campervan Cafe and picnic area and the independent retail store. Don’t forget to jump around in the muddy puddles.

For now, Peppa Pig Meet and Greet will not take place. But of course, you can see Peppa all around the attraction!

Ticket pricing 

Peppa Pig World of Play encourages guests to buy tickets online to guarantee entry. Online tickets cost $22.50 per adult and child combo. Annual passes are also available at $75 with 20% off at the cafe and 10% off at the gift shop. Annual pass members still must reserve their playtimes online before visiting.

Details

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