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Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. Image courtesy of Winter Wonderland.
Get together with family and friends for a festive adventure in Hyde Park, with ice skating, fairground rides, big top shows, Christmas markets and seasonal food under sparkling Christmas lights. Read More


Get into the Christmas spirit as Winter Wonderland returns to London's Hyde Park.

This free-to-enter family event includes a host of festive fun and activities, including Winter Wonderland ice skating, big top shows, an observation wheel and a huge Christmas market.

Find things to do in Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland 2018 below, and take a look at our top tips for visiting Winter Wonderland in London to make the most of your visit.

Top activities at Winter Wonderland Hyde Park include:

•Skating to live music on the Winter Wonderland ice rink, the UK's largest outdoor rink which circles Hyde Park's Victorian bandstand.

•Discover the magical world of the Enchanted Forest and its mythical creatures made from ice and snow in the Magical Ice Kingdom.

•Watching The Imperial Ice Stars' world and national championship-level skaters perform a thrilling interpretation of Peter Pan on Ice.

•Enjoying acrobatic wonders at Zippos Circus' family daytime Christmas show or evening Cirque Berserk spectacular.

•Taking a seat on the iconic Giant Observation Wheel for a flight 60m (200ft) above Hyde Park, offering stunning views of London's skyline.

•Enjoying a ride on a traditional carousel or try out the world's largest transportable rollercoaster, the Munich Looping, at the fairground.

Winter Wonderland's Christmas markets

•Browse the traditional German Christmas market which houses more than 200 charming chalets overflowing with festive goods.

•Explore the 150 chalets of the Angels Christmas Market, to shop for unusual and unique items, including arts and crafts, trinkets, jewellery and decorations.

Winter Wonderland family adventures

Winter Wonderland family activities include:

•Letting the kids have a go on the carousel, helter skelter and run around funhouses at the traditional fairground. Older children could enjoy the adrenaline-fuelled Winter Wonderland rollercoaster rides. Tokens can usually be purchased at dedicated token booths.

•Taking the little ones to see a magical daytime show, such as Zippos Christmas Circus or the Teletubbies Christmas Show

•Stepping into Santa Land to meet Father Christmas and his elves in the Winter Wonderland Santa's grotto, which is usually open every day (except Christmas Day). Families can use the brand new entrance that leads straight into Santa Land.

Food and drink at Winter Wonderland

•Head to the various restaurants, bars and food stalls for churros, mulled wine or warming hot chocolate.

•Try festive German fare, such as German sausage and glühwein in the Bavarian Village, and enjoy sing-alongs and dancing to the oompah bands well into the evening.

•Relax with a cocktail at Bar Ice, which features tables, walls and sculptures crafted from ice. Booking tickets ahead is essential.

Winter Wonderland tickets

Winter Wonderland is free to enter, but some activities require a paid-for ticket. Paid-for attractions include:

•Ice skating

•Giant Observation Wheel

•The Imperial Ice Stars' Peter Pan on Ice

•Magical Ice Kingdom

•Zippos Christmas Circus and Cirque Berserk

•Bar Ice

•1The Teletubbies Christmas Show

•Ice Sculpting workshops

•Bar Hütte

Winter Wonderland opening times

London's Winter Wonderland is open daily except Christmas Day.


Prices and Opening Times

Admission: Free

Admission to Winter Wonderland is free. Charges apply for rides, ice skating, big top shows, the observation wheel, Magical Ice Kingdom and Bar Ice.

Opening Times:

Winter Wonderland is open daily except Christmas Day.


Hyde Park

Hyde Park
W2 2UH
0300 061 2000
Public transport:
Tube: Hyde Park Corner or Marble Arch.

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