Hyde Park Winter Wonderland (Nov 2018)

Hyde Park, London
0300 061 2114

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
22nd November 2018 to 6th January 2019 (except Christmas Day)
10 AM to 10 PM (except 22nd Nov, when it's 4 PM to 10 PM)
Tickets & Cost:
Free to walk around, but you have to pay for the individual rides and attractions
See hydeparkwinterwonderland.com

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Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, Lancaster Gate, Marble Arch
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Good for kids? Value for money? Worth a visit?

See Hyde Park transformed into a magical Winter Wonderland!

...take an icy night stroll through the Magical Ice Kingdom with real snow, icebergs, a shipwreck on top of an arctic ice floe and the Palace of the Polar Bears!

...whizz around the UK's largest outdoor ice rink around a picturesque Victorian Bandstand. And if you want to see how the professionals do it then buy yourself a ticket for Peter Pan on Ice starring The Imperial Ice Stars.

Zippo's Circus is back with world-class aerial acts, jugglers and clowns, and Santa Land is where your little kids can meet Father Christmas. You can also take them to see The Snowman Experience and Teletubbies Christmas Show. Adults will prefer the Cirque Berserk and Winter Wonderland Comedy Club.

If you don't fancy the fast rollercoaster rides then how about watching the action from above in a Giant Observation Wheel? There will also be more than 200 Swiss-style chalets selling everything from wooden toys and arts and crafts, to colourful ceramics, candles, nativity scenes and Christmas tree decorations.

A traditional Bavarian Village will be serving up everything from bratwurst and mulled wine to hot chocolate and beer... or you can just sit back and soak up the atmosphere in the big beer hall.

Craig has written a review of the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland on his blog and included plenty of pictures so you can see what it's like inside.


> Talk about Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

> Craig’s review of this event – “Hyde Park Winter Wonderland pops up every year in the eastern half of the park. It always reminds me of a big prison camp, all bordered off behind big metal fences with gates and checkpoints and security searches. When you walk up to it you can see giant candy canes poking over the top, like guard towers, and huge Ferris wheels and fluttering flags and funfair rides j… continued”

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