From ice-skating, to Christmas markets, to fairground rides and live performances, Winter Wonderland has everything you could possibly need to fill that Christmassy shaped hole in your heart.
But when is it open, how much do tickets cost and what’s the best way to get there?
Here’s all you need to know.
What dates and times is Winter Wonderland open?
Winter Wonderland 2022 officially opened on November 18 2022.
The annual Christmas event is open every day until January 2 2023.
This year, Winter Wonderland is open from 10am-10pm every day.
This means that the event is perfect for a family day out or a night out with friends.
How much are Winter Wonderland tickets?
Everyone that wishes to enter Winter Wonderland will need a ticket, which can be purchased on the event’s website.
Tickets for attractions, rides, food and drink can also be purchased in advance via the website.
If you spend £25 on attractions etc. before your visit, your entry becomes free.
What attractions are there at Winter Wonderland?
Winter Wonderland has a whole host of incredible festive attractions this year to keep kids and adults alike entertained over the Christmas period.
Some of the attractions on offer are:
- The UK’s largest open air ice rink
- Zippos Christmas Circus
- Ice Sculpting workshops
- A chance to meet the big man himself at Santaland
- Christmas Markets
- and an impressive array of thrilling fairground rides
How to get to Winter Wonderland
Winter Wonderland is situated in the middle of Hyde Park in Central London.
The best way to get to the park is via public transport.
There are many nearby Tube and national rail stations.
The nearest stations are: Victoria, Bond Street, Green Park, Paddington, Knightsbridge, Marble Arch and Hyde Park Corner.
When exiting the station, follow the signs to Hyde Park and, once your in the park, to Winter Wonderland.
The best entrance for those heading to Santaland is the Red Gate (pictured above).
Enter via the Green Gate for the Bavarian Village, the Blue Gate for the ice rink and the Gold Gate for the circus.
For full details on public transport, walking and cycling routes to Hyde Park, visit www.tfl.gov.uk.
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