Every year this massive Christmas event WINTER WONDERLAND takes place in different cities around Europe and this year it makes its first appearance in Sheffield! Please Click 'INTERESTED' and spread the word!
This will be a FREE event for STUDENTS ONLY, with a valid student card, who have claimed free
tickets online. Location to be announced closer to the time so keep your eyes peeled.
The event will be run over 2 weekends with the following being the current days you can claim FREE Tickets -
-Friday 8th December: 12pm-9pm
-Saturday 9th December: 12pm-9pm
-Friday 15th December: 12pm-9pm
-Saturday 16th December: 12pm-9pm
Claim your FREE Ticket HERE: http://bit.ly/WinterWonderlandSheff
Remember this is a STUDENT ONLY Winter Wonderland event so only claim FREE Tickets if you are a student with a valid ID.
We will be transforming Sheffield into a magical wonderland of winter festivities. > Expect: Secret Santa + Mulled Wine + Ice Skating + Sheffield's Tallest Christmas Tree + Elves on Shelves + Ice Bar + Nativity Play on Ice + Bad Santa Vs The Grinch Boxing Match + Chocolate Fountain + Hot Marshmallow + Street Food + German Style Christmas Markets + Free Xmas Crackers x Ferris Wheel + Bumber Cars + DJs + Christmas Karaoke + Hog Roast + Photobooth + Snap Chat Filters + Excessive Christmas Decor!
1. Claim Free tickets in advance
Winter Wonderland is free to enter but certain attractions become fully booked during peak periods. Buy tickets in advance for ice skating, The Magical Ice Kingdom, Bar Ice, the Giant Observation Wheel, Zippos Christmas Circus and Cirque Berserk.
2. Bring cash
All the shops, restaurants, bars and cafes at Winter Wonderland accept cash, while only some take cards. The on-site ATM cash machines charge a fee each time you withdraw money, so it’s a good idea to bring cash with you to avoid paying extra. Rides and attractions are accessed by tokens, which are available at the token booths dotted around the site and cannot be bought in advance.
3. Wrap up warm
It can get pretty chilly in the winter months and since the festival is an open-air event, we'd recommend wearing a hat, scarf, gloves and a warm coat. Brrr! If you're feeling cold, you're never far away from a mulled wine or a hot chocolate.