The ultimate Christmas destination in the heart of London
Located in London’s iconic Hyde Park, Winter Wonderland is the world’s ultimate destination for festive fun. Running for six magical weeks from 17th November 2023 to 1st January 2024, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland offers a variety of attractions, activities, entertainment, food, drinks, and so much more.
From high adrenaline rides to family-friendly performances, classic festive treats to the newest in London’s street food scene, and cosy fire pit bars to mythical ice kingdoms – we guarantee there’s something for everyone. Make the most of your festive season in true Winter Wonderland style!
The event will be open from 10:00am to 10:00pm daily, excluding Christmas Day. Mornings are great for families, where you can explore Winter Wonderland at a leisurely pace. When the evening comes around, Hyde Park is transformed by thousands of sparkling lights – so grab your mulled wine, hot chocolate, or stein of Bavarian beer and get ready to join in the festive fun.
Tickets are now available to book. We can’t wait to make magical memories, Wonderlanders!
WHERE WE STARTED OUT
Since 2001, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland has been spreading the festive spirit for Londoners and tourists alike. With humble beginnings as an open-air Christmas market in Hyde Park, Winter Wonderland has since grown into an extravaganza with ice skating, shows, roller coaster rides, street food stalls, festive bars and live music.
This year, we look forward to celebrating our 16th anniversary. Take a look back at some of the magical moments and milestones we’ve had throughout the years!
THE ROYAL PARKS
The Royal Parks are here for everyone. Whatever the reason for your visit, these eight beautiful parks provide the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and get closer to nature. With 5,000 acres of parkland to explore across London, there really is something for all.
By attending Hyde Park Winter Wonderland you are supporting the improvement, conservation and maintenance of these unique landscapes – with money raised from events being invested back into the parks.
As a charity, The Royal Parks rely on the kindness of people, who care about protecting these vital green spaces. Home to the city’s wildlife, home to London’s amazing history and home to precious memories – it’s only with your support that the charity can continue to care for them.
The charity looks after: Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park, The Green Park, The Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, Greenwich Park, Richmond Park and Bushy Park. It also manages other important open spaces in the capital, including Brompton Cemetery and Victoria Tower Gardens.
As one of the capital’s 8 Royal Parks, Hyde Park is a popular destination for Londoners and tourists. Covering 350 acres, it is home to a number of famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain. Why not make a day of it and come down early to explore the park, then finish the day on a high with a visit to Winter Wonderland.
Check out The Royal Parks’ seasonal blog ‘Top things to do in the Royal Parks’