Hyde Park Winter Wonderland 2012

It’s Christmas today, Christmas tomorrow and Christmas everyday! Welcome to the Winter Wonderland where fun and merriment never stop. A magnificent festive destination, this has something to excite and enliven everyone. From 21st November 2014 to 4th January 2015, one can soak up the festive feel at Hyde Park like never before. You can experience the thrilling rides, surf the Christmas markets and take a trip to Santa Land. You can also skate around the striking ice rink, take an entry into the Magical Ice Kingdom where you can view luminous ice castle and frozen sculptures. The wonders at Zippos Circus and Cirque Beserk must not be missed. It is highly recommended to book in advance as these tickets assure fast entry into Hyde Park. You can buy the tokens from the dedicated token booths.

Kids can enjoy activities like helter skelters, carousels and fun-houses. Thrill seeking older children and adults will love high spirited rollercoasters.

If you want a calmer experience, take a seat, sit back and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city from a height.


Food and Drink

Try a frothy and bubbly hot chocolate or sip some wine. There is a plethora of bars, restaurants and food stalls in the surrounding area. German sausage in the Bavarian village will be a delight to have.

Christmas Markets @ Winter Wonderland

Packed with gems and jewelry on one side and trinkets and decorative items on the other, the markets at Winter Wonderland overflow with everything that’s festive. Don’t forget to check out the Angels and Yuletide market! You will certainly love what you see.

Winter Wonderland Tickets

Entry to Winter Wonderland is free but you need a ticket for attractions like the observation wheel, ice skating, Zippos Circus, Magical Ice Kingdom and Cirque Beserk. It can also be visited as part of the bus tour of London which includes Buckingham Palace, London Eye and a lot more.

The event is open from 10 am to 10 pm on all days but is closed on Christmas Day. You can definitely make up for that by hitting the place on Boxing Day, the very next day.

Getting Here

The entrance point into Winter Wonderland @Hyde Park is Marble Arch. The closest underground stations include Green Park, Paddington and Victoria. Hyde Park is one of the biggest and most royal parks in London. Covering 350 acres of land, it is close to the plush Kensington and the happening Oxford Street. Numerous renowned attractions are housed within this space.

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