Featuring London’s biggest outdoor ice-rink, the iconic 50 metre Giant Observation Wheel and the return of Zippo Circus with two new shows in the Winter Wonderland Big Top plus many more attractions, Winter Wonderland 2010 will once again prove to be a magical Christmas day out in the UK.
Some highlights for 2011:
Located at the Hyde Park entrance to Winter Wonderland, The Market will feature over one hundred wooden chalets – offering unusual and handmade gifts, including ceramics, candles, glasswork, jewellery, clothing and beauty products as well as a traditional Christmas items.
Due to phenomenal public demand, which saw most shows selling out family-favourite, Zippos Circus, will make a welcome return to the Winter Wonderland Big Top with a family festive circus show with a thrilling line up of colourful circus stars.
Come along to London’s largest ice skating rink, get your skates on and be part of the magic that is Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland, the ultimate London winter experience for everyone.
And if you’re a bit unsure on your feet or it’s your first time ice skating, you can book one of our fabulous ice guides to help you. Ice guides can guide from 1 person up to a group of 15 people.
The Ice rink is open from 10am to 10pm every day. Book your preferred time slot today as tickets sell very quickly!
Winter Wonderland’s Father Christmas was voted ‘Best Outdoor Experience’ by Time Out London. He and his entertaining elves welcome children to his Hyde Park grotto every day from 12 noon to 6pm, and 4pm on Christmas Eve – from Boxing Day onwards he takes well earned rest!
There is no charge to meet Santa, and he receives kids of all ages on a ‘first-come first-served basis’, treating children who have been very, very good to a special gift.
Visitors are welcome to take their own photographs with Santa, however an official Winter Wonderland photographer will be on hand to take special souvenir shots available for purchase on the day.