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Winter Wonderland guide

Lose yourself in all the festive fun and Christmas cheer that the epic Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park has to offer Londoners

Stroll through Winter Wonderland 2017 in Hyde Park for a delightfully jolly dose of festive London spirit. You'll find winter markets, festive fairground rides, ice skating, warming winter food, grottos and of course plenty of glühwein

Visit Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park 2017 for your fastest fix of the Christmas spirit in London. Indulge in the annual gathering of winter markets, festive fairground rides, ice skating, grottos and glühwein galore. We've gathered up Winter Wonderland highlights from previous years and we'll update you with all the practical information you need to plan your visit to Hyde Park and fast track celebrating Christmas the London way.

When is Winter Wonderland 2017?

This year Winter Wonderland opens for the 2017 Christmas period in November. Check back here for dates as they're announced.

Where is Winter Wonderland?

Winter Wonderland is held in Hyde Park. The nearest tube stations are Marble Arch, Green Park, Hyde Park Corner, Victoria and Knightsbridge. Find out how to get to Hyde Park, London.

Is there an entry fee?

Entry to Winter Wonderland is free, though some attractions inside are ticketed and can be booked in advance. We'll list events as they're announced.

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Christmas markets and fairs in London

Looking for gift inspiration? A last-minute bauble? Look no further than London's Christmas markets and fairs. Among a hamper full of special festive events you'll find foodie gifts, hand-crafted pressies and usually a bit of glühwein to help you get into that merry spirit. Pick your local area or venture across town with our guide to all the best annual Christmas markets in London.

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By: Time Out London Things To Do


Paula - ToT
Paula - ToT Tastemaker

You know that Christmas is around the corner when Winter Wonderland opens.  It is wonderfully tacky and cheesy and just the right type of event to put you in the Christmas spirit.  It does get extremely busy in the evenings and at the weekends but, if big crowds don’t put you off, it’s well worth a visit.  The food and drink is free flowing and fairly reasonable for this type of event.

kelvin d
kelvin d

Really It's an amazing place to enjoy with family..


Tired of people complaining about these kind of Christmas events. It's like they've only just woken up and realised that FC is not real. It's London not the actual ruddy north pole. I can't wait to go on Boxing Day! 

Ross C
Ross C

This place is awful, I'd rather eat my own head out with a spoon than go again....

Jenny Jen
Jenny Jen

Finally found a hotel for me and my family, can't wait to go to Winter Wonderland and see the fireworks on NYE!!! If you are still looking this site is great- https://HotelMap.com/pro/M5Z3T