Thousands of people visit Winter Wonderland every day during the coldest months of the year. From tourists to celebrities such as Jude Bellingham and Kareena Kapoor, everyone enjoyed Hyde Park’s most famous winter festival and the joy it brought.
According to 13-year-old Miss Parmita Mehta, on the evening of January 1st, the spectacle was so crowded that the line lasted for about an hour.
She said, “The weather that day definitely had a negative effect on my experience, as standing outside for long periods of time, even in a drizzle, can get your clothes very wet. The ride was awesome.” But the long hours in between were exhausting, and my evening was atmospheric with buzz from the excited, happy people that filled Hyde Park.”
Despite being a thrilling experience, the biggest drawback people face, aside from bad weather and chaotic crowds, is the really ridiculous pricing. increase.
Mrs Mehta explains her view: Wasted a lot of money. ”
The food and drinks were all delicious, from churros to street food in different dishes to hot hot chocolate. However, in total he was around £30 per person. Especially with the cost of living at stake, going to a winter wonderland (a Christmas tradition for many families) is becoming an unaffordable luxury for many.
With cases of Covid-19 and other bacterial diseases on the rise, the proximity of people in Winter Wonderland over the past four weeks may have contributed to the increase in cases. Nevertheless, as Miss Parmita Mehta mentioned, the crowds liven up the place and make the experience enjoyable.
This is pricing. Admission is free during off-peak hours and between £5 and £7.50 during peak hours. Once in, you can stay as long as you like. If you pre-purchase any attraction or ride online for £25 or more, book with the same deal and get free entry. Many agree that this amount of money is not worth the chaotic experience.
https://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/23234976.winter-wonderland-actually-worth-trip-yashashvi-mehta/?ref=rss Is Winter Wonderland really worth the trip?