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After the huge success of last year’s event, we’re now set to make Hyde Park Winter Wonderland even better!

From 23rd November to 6th January Hyde Park will be transformed into a festively glistening destination with various rides and attractions including a Giant Observational Wheel and two circuses – ‘Christmas Circus’ and ‘Cirque Extreme’ – from the family-friendly Zippos Circus.

Winter Wonderland’s ice rink, the biggest outdoor rink in the UK, has a new home this year, surrounding the Victorian bandstand. While some activities are ticketed, it’s worth noting that entry to the site, including Santa Land and the Christmas Market, is free and an after-dark stroll is surprisingly atmospheric. If temperatures plummet and you need to defrost, there’s a fully heated and covered bar/restaurant, the Spiegel Saloon, with live entertainment every night. If you’re skating, be aware that while there’s no minimum age for skaters, under-12s must be accompanied and the smallest skates for hire are children’s size 9 (adult skates go up to size 13).

You can use your own skates as long as they’re not speed skates. Wheelchair users are welcome on the ice.

Tickets and pricing
Admission into Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is free – you simply turn up and pay to do whatever takes your fancy.

Certain attractions get fully booked during peak times, we recommend that you check availability on the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland website. You will need tokens for the rides, available from the Token Booths on site. These cannot be purchased in advance.

 You can purchase advanced tickets online for the:

Ice Rink
Magical Ice Kingdom
Zippos Christmas Show

Cirque Berserk
Giant Observation Wheel

Further information about Hyde Park Winter Wonderland including how to get there, ticket terms and conditions and group discounts, visit the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland 2012 website.

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