Winter Wonderland Is Returning To Hyde Park And Here’s What You Need To Know

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Winter Wonderland returns to Hyde Park for Christmas on November 17.

Winter Wonderland is BACK, and that means all the upcoming Christmas markets in London are officially on our radar. (And it also means copious amounts of mulled wine).


It’s the insanely popular one-stop venue for Christmas cheer, with a 150-vendor-strong market, food stalls, a fairground with a huge looping rollercaoster, the UK’s largest outdoor ice rink, an ice bar and ice sculpture attraction, shows and family-friendly performanes and even Santa himself.

This year, alongside all the standard Wonderland activities, Hyde Park is planning to replicate the fun and games of après ski with the new, cosy addition of Bar Hütte. The hüttes will be the perfect festive destination if you’re looking for something a little extra while Winter Wonderland is in town.

Bar Hütte

The heated hüttes will create a mini village in the heart of the park, and they’ll each seat up to 10 people (including a larger one seating up to 20). They will be kitted out with festive lights, rustic wooden décor and you’ll get your very own personal host to serve you hot and cold refreshments. As an added bonus, the hüttes will also come with a karaoke machine complete with all the classics, including all the best Christmas hits. So, all you scumbags and maggots, best get practicing your Pogues impression…


Winter Wonderland comes to Hyde Park on November 17th until 1st January 2018. Entry is free but you can buy tickets for all the extra fun here. 

❄️ For more cosy, wintery fun, check out these igloos popping up along the Thames ❄️

[Feature Image: Winter Wonderland]

Georgie Hoole

Georgie Hoole

Georgie is Deputy Editor at Secret London. She loves a trendy café and is all too familiar with the extortionate price of a coffee in the capital. She enjoys the finer things in life (like red wine on a school night and eating Ben and Jerry's straight from the tub) and hasn't quite grasped the concept of adulthood yet.