“Happy Christmas in July Wonderlanders,” the post read.
“We’ve been counting down and are so excited that we’ll be making magical memories together again in just 115 days.”
The countdown will end on Friday, November 17 – which is the opening date for Winter Wonderland 2023. It will run until Monday, January 1, 2024.
On Monday, the organisers teased that an announcement was on the way.
The message said: “Goodbye summer… We’re ready for winter now. Stay tuned for more info dropping tomorrow at 10am.”
The event has become one of the biggest annual festive celebrations in London and last year featured an ice rink, ice bar and the big six-lane ice slide. There are also street-food stalls across Hyde Park, so you can dine and snack on all sorts of cuisines.
A dedicated grotto for Father Christmas will be featured as well as rides and rollercoasters.
How to get pre-sale tickets for Winter Wonderland 2023
The event annouced that a pre-sale will be taking place on August 1 ahead of the general sale on August 2.
Those hoping to sign up to the pre-sale can boost their chances by subscribing to the newsletter via the Winter Wonderland website.
How does Winter Wonderland operate in London?
Last year, Winter Wonderland celebrated its 15th anniversary in London and was open from 10am to 10pm daily.
Rules for 2023 will be updated nearer the time but in 2022, attendees had to book for specific time slots in order to attend.
Entry to the event during off-peak periods was free and once you were in, you were allowed to stay for as long as you liked. If prices remain the same as they were in 2022, peak times tickets are likely to cost £7.50 while standard tickets could cost £5.
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