London’s Winter Wonderland

So I decided to take a trip to see the Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London since it wasn’t that far of a journey to make by train from my new home and it did not disappoint!

Be aware if toibare going to go it is understandably very busy but that could also be as I went in the first Saturday it had been open.

There is plenty of stalls to see and on top of that plenty of food and drink stalls to keep you going, I can highly recommend the Mulled Cider, it was very nice and good way to warm up with it getting colder.

There is also plenty of rides to go on, these are around £9 per rode so a bit expensive however I did go on 3 of them and they were brilliant, for you rollercoaster fans, I recommend it with 4 loops it’s great fun.

The one most thrilling ride of them all is the tower drop, taking you up 85ft into the air leaving you hanging then suddenly you fall back fast to the ground, it sure gets your heart rate going!

It is a very short walk from Hyde Park Corner Subway Station so expect it to be busy. If you don’t mind walking, get off at Green Park Station.

You can learn more about the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and pre-book tickets for many of the different things to see, as there is even more than I mentioned at their website – https://hydeparkwinterwonderland.com/