Went there for the first time on a Saturday day and it really is a brilliant place to pay a visit to. I just loved walking and taking in the nice atmosphere and sitting on a bench by the river watching the ducks. The rides cost 3pound or 4 per person, so could be pricey if you have a large family. You need to buy tokens for most rides, 1 token = 1 pound, if there’s a queue to buy tokens look for another sale booth, there are lots of them dotted around. Given it was a Saturday (weekend) was absolutely packed, but the Christmas Market was great. Lots of very unusual gifts available, and not over-priced in our opinion. There was a great choice of food available, along with lots of bars. The toilets were very clean. Left Winter Wonderland feeling very Christmasy (if that’s a word!). Entrance of Winter Wonderland complex at Hyde Park. Was greeted with a massive crowd which made it feel like I was back in Hong Kong. Sweets Indulgence, plenty of them. The many attractions, some that were pretty tempting but others pretty frightening.
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