Winter Wonderland, found in Hyde Park, is called ‘London’s spectacular Christmas destination’ for good reason. It features the Magical Ice Kingdom, the Ski Zillertal Ice Rink, the Giant Wheel, and a range of fantastic circus shows. In this post, we are going to be uncovering the depth of the experience available at Winter Wonderland, so that you can be better served to plan your visit there.
Nestled right towards the middle front of Hyde Park, the venue is easy to get to from the accommodations in Paddington London. So whether you’re staying at the Park Grand Paddington Court London, or any other accommodation around Paddington, all you will have to do is walk to the venue. In fact, when you are staying Paddington, you can walk to Oxford Street, Regents, Piccadilly Circus, and Leicester Square – all within half an hour. That’s the beauty of residing in a central accommodation.
The venue is open between 10AM to 10PM until the 3rd of January. Although, understandably the venue will be closed on Christmas day. With the glittering Christmas markets, the street food stalls, and the Christmas themed bars – this is more than just a place where you go to enjoy a single experience. Rather, it’s a place to celebrate the holidays, and the magical Christmas season. Tickets for the Ski Zillertal Ice rink cost £10.50 for teenagers, and £14.50 for adults. A family ticket for a group of four (two adults and two children).
The Magical Ice Kingdom costs £7 for teenagers, and £10 for adults. Out of all the attractions at Winter Wonderland, it’s perhaps the most unique one. Inside, visitors will take an enthralling, inspiring walk through the fantastical world of ice and snow. Temperatures inside are -8 degrees. You will be greeted by a magical fairy forest made of ice, take an ice slide, and meet the snow queen. The immersive walking experience, just like many the attractions at Winter Wonderland, need to be booked in advance online.