It's becoming one of our family traditions to visit the Winter Wonderland at World's End Garden Centre in Wendover.
We took Little Miss A late on Wednesday afternoon. It was a good time to visit as it was very quiet so we could wander around at our own pace and retrace our steps to see it all twice. You always spot different things the second time around.
Each year the themes of the displays in the Wonderland are different and they combine animated figures, music and lighting.
The first section is a Winter scene with lots of animals including penguins, polar bears and reindeer.
Then there was a bit of a surreal part based on Star Wars before seeing displays based on Cinderella, Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, The Snowman and more.
The price this year to go Walking in a Winter Wonderland is £3 per person. You can also visit Father Christmas but this is quite expensive and I've heard mixed reviews about this part of the experience.
This year we let Little Miss A have a go on one of the funfair rides. She's now old enough to go on her own and enjoyed going round on the choo, choo train!
There was just time for a quick stop in Costa for a hot drink to warm up before heading home. I really like that this has become a family tradition. It's a great thing for Little Miss A as there's so much to look at. She was pointing out things that we hadn't even noticed!
It's fun to have pictures at the same place each year and see how Little Miss A has changed!
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