Winter Wonderland hits Stoke-on-Trent [Construction gallery]

Ice skating, live music, Bavarian food and spectacular rides are set to take over Birch Terrace car park, as Winter Wonderland arrives in Stoke-on-Trent.


The event, which runs from 17th November through to 2nd January, is the first of it’s kind to appear at this location and promises to be “The Midlands’ Spectacular Christmas Destination”.

And from what we can tell, it certainly does look to be an exciting event. Rides include the 60m tall “Sky Swing”, the Crazy Mouse roller coaster, No Limit Loopfighter and many others.

Having made multiple visits to the site over the past couple of weeks, it’s safe to say that a great deal of effort is being put in to ensure that this actually is a “Winter Wonderland” and not just a funfair on a carpark at Christmas time. The layout is well thought-out and the addition of timber-decked walkways is already beginning to transform the frankly depressing location into something much more magical.

For more information and tickets, be sure to visit the official website.

Winter Wonderland Stoke – Construction Galleries

Be sure to check back regularly as we update this page with the latest construction galleries. Galleries run in reverse-chronological order, with the most recent at the top.

Tuesday 15th November 2016

Sunday 13th November 2016

Friday 11th November 2016

 Wednesday 9th November 2016

Monday 7th November 2016

Friday 4th November 2016

Thursday 3rd November 2016

Wednesday 2nd November 2016

Tuesday 1st November 2016

Tags: Christmas, Family Rides, Flat Ride, Gallery, Multi ride, News, Photos, Rollercoaster, Thrill Rides.
Category: Funfairs

4 responses to “Winter Wonderland hits Stoke-on-Trent [Construction gallery]”

  1. janet mayer says:

    I am sorry but don’t you think that it is expensive enough this time of the year without creating some thing the tax payers have to pay for, without having the kids start to pester their parents wanting to have a go on these rides and visit a wonderland why don’t the coucils think more of making sure all the roads around Stoke on Trent are ready for a bad winter by repairing properly not just patching it up till the frost lifts it leaving yet again POT HOLES ?

    • Malcolm says:

      Well said , who remembers the skating rink across the road from Argos, another s-o-t council blunder, Well it seems that salt and pepper pots are feeling the cold this winter , So s-o-t council better get knitting .

    • Rob says:

      Your all scrooges haha grow up its once a year! Jeeeze

  2. Mr Happy says:

    Well what a happy soul you are ?, it’s nice to see something for kids in the city that actually looks half worth a visit. Please continue to inspect the roads while the rest of us enjoy Christmas. ✌️

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