Winter Wonderland – Hyde Park Corner

It’s been four years since our last visit to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London.  And one of the attractions that we love to visit is the Ice Sculpture exhibition.

And it was just as amazing as the other times I visited it.

Ice World Bear

With its giant grizzly bear sculpture to the baby rabbits playing in the snow.


And of course, Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a reindeer.


Now for the word of warning… take out a mortgage to go… 😀 😀 😀 😀 everything is pricey, especially the food.  And things were in my opinion over-priced.  But it is worth going just to see the ice sculptures.

There were plenty of stalls selling various items ranging for candle holders, to tree decorations.  As well as fun-fair rides. Oh and I nearly got a scarf… priced at £25 with the guy willing to let me have it for £15, but the other half said you can buy it online for £10. 😀 😀 😀 😀  Needless to say I didn’t get it 😀 😀 😀



4 responses to “Winter Wonderland – Hyde Park Corner”

  1. Beautiful. How long do the sculptures last? We even have trouble here in the frozen North of Edmonton, keeping ice sculptures from melting. Merry Christmas. Allan

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    1. I don’t know really but Winter Wonderland is open from about late November till the 6th January and they are on display all the time it is open. Mind you it is all displayed in a refrigerated covered area. And it is freezing in there 😀 😀 😀 Merry Christmas xx

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  2. Ahhh. That makes sense then. Here, it is all out doors and Mother Nature provides the refrigeration.

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    1. I would love to see those XX

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