Feeling Festive at World’s End Winter Wonderland
We’ve been to a few Winter Wonderland experiences over the years but this year we tried out one in a garden centre. And it was brilliant! If you’re anywhere near Aylesbury, in South Bucks, I highly recommend World’s End’s Winter Wonderland. Ryan was really reluctant to drive for nearly an hour to go to a garden centre but luckily I was proved right (phew!)
The World’s End Winter Wonderland Experience
It begins with a a walk through a little snowy village. It is inside but it’s kind of chilly so you’ll need to keep your coats on!
Bringing Books to Life at World’s End Winter Wonderland
Next you walk through a path decorated with scenes from kids’ books, starting off with The BFG…
… Then the animatronics and music really get going and it gets a bit magical. The attention to detail is brilliant. There are a few random things, like a lion and a unicorn, but it just adds to the fun! The girls were totally enchanted.
Our film of the World’s End Winter Wonderland
I took a little video of our visit, it’s a bit dark but I think you will get the idea.
The World’s End Winter Wonderland Details
World’s End is actually a Wyevale garden centre, but each year they do this brilliant animatronic display. It only costs £3 per person to get in, which I think is a total bargain. You can pay to see Father Christmas, but we’ve already seen him this year. There were also little stalls and a couple of small fairground rides when we went. As it’s a garden centre there is a restaurant, which we didn’t go to, and toilets, so it’s an ideal place to visit.
I have a feeling visiting Winter Wonderland at World’s End will become a Pink family Christmas tradition, with a visit every few years!