Hyde Park will be filled with people getting involved with festive cheer again this year as Winter Wonderland gets underway this week.
The event is always ridiculously popular as crowds fill the park, swigging mulled wine and chowing down on lengthy German sausages.When is Hyde Park Winter Wonderland 2018 opening and do you need tickets?
Winter Wonderland is actually free to get into, which is part of why it is so popular, with visitors only needing tickets to go on certain rides or attractions.
The festive fun starts this week and runs all the way till January, so you have every chance to attend. Here is everything you need to know…
When does Winter Wonderland open?
The event begins on Thursday 22 November with doors opening at 4pm.
What are the opening times for Winter Wonderland?
From 23 November to 6 January, Winter Wonderland is open from 10am to 10pm every day, except Christmas Day, when it is closed.
How much are tickets?
As mentioned, there is no entry fee for Winter Wonderland, but you will need to buy tickets for the following attractions…
Winter Wonderland attractions which require tickets
- Ice Skating
- Magical Ice Kingdom
- Bar Ice
- Giant Wheel
- Zippos Christmas Circus
- Cirque Berserk
- The Snowman Experience
- Peter Pan On Ice
- Teletubbies Christmas Show
- Bur Hutte (Karaoke)
- Comedy Club
- Ice Sculpting Workshops
- Coaster Pass
Prices are dependent on which attraction you are attending and at what time and day you plan to go.
For example, an adult ticket for ice skating will cost £9.50 on Monday lunchtime, but £15.50 on Saturday evening.
To plan your visit and book your tickets, click here.
How to get to Winter Wonderland
The event organisers suggest travelling to either Green Park, Victoria or Paddington tube stations, all of which are just a short walk away.
They also note: ‘There may also be restrictions on the size of bag/luggage that is allowed into the event. We strongly advise not bringing large bags or luggage to event.’