BETTER SHARED: FESTIVE ACTIVITIES IN LONDON TO HELP YOU GET INTO THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
By Lucy Legret
We may not like the cold British winters, but we certainly all love Christmas! As we edge our way into December, there's no better way to celebrate the cold evenings than with fun-filled winter events and activities. At Candy Kittens we believe Christmas is always better shared; so grab some friends, your partner or your mum (you get the idea) and get together for the festive period.
For the ultimate Christmas experience look no further than Winter Wonderland; you won’t be disappointed. Located in the centre of Hyde Park, the event offers almost every Christmas themed activity you could ever have dreamed of. And the best part about it is that it’s all in one place! For you thrill-seekers, enjoy over 50 rides that the park has to offer, or why not try out skating on the ice rink? There's also an abundance of delicious food stalls and bars for a beverage or two (or three, or four.)
Kew Gardens Light Show
What better way to make use of the dark nights than by visiting a spectacular light show this December. Kew Gardens are presenting ‘After Dark Trails’ which takes you on a magical route through their grounds. If there were ever a place to take a million selfies, then it's here! (Especially when walking through the glowing vines that surround the treetop walkway.)
In the heart of a bustling food court, this cinema is like no other. For a truly immersive experience that takes you on magical Christmas journey, start your evening by venturing through a secret wardrobe. But be warned, you will have to find your way to the cinema screen by exploring the snowy forest first. Once you’ve reached the cinema, you’ll be sure to find a room filled with comfy bean bags, a large screen to watch all your favourite Christmas films, and better yet, you can grab yourself a bag of Candy Kittens sweets to eat while you watch. What a dream!
We hope you make some magical memories this winter and share some special moments with your loved ones because everything's better shared.