To get the most out of a snowy day, head to one of London’s parks – try stopping at Hampstead if you want a spacious and secluded place. You can come to Primrose Hill if you want a sweeping view of the city. And if you have a chance, visit Hyde Park to take part in the festive games at Winter Wonderland or Richmond Park to enter the open space and lively deer.
4. Tyne and Wear
In Newcastle and Gateshead cities, the annual Winter Festival (from December 10-14) will host all the popular party activities – skating, Christmas markets, lantern parades, plays pantomime – an English style musical.
The highlight here, Enchanted Parks, will be an exciting evening experience at Gateshead’s Saltwell Park. This is a complex with visual arts (light arts), light installation and art performances. If you’re lucky enough, you may encounter a light snowstorm, and thus the scenery will look even more magical.
5. Box Hill, Surrey
One of the best places to play sleigh in the south east of England is the Box Hill area in North Downs, the hillside stretching from Farnham in Surrey to the famous white cliffs of White Cliffs of Nover in Kent. Come with a group of friends, buy some cheap sleds and start skating! And you just need to save some energy to walk up the hill again.
6. North York Moors National Park
This huge area of Yorkshire in northern England possesses a breathtaking landscape. It’s also famous for its cozy pubs and cafes with intimate meals, hot chocolate cups and warm wood stoves – this is the perfect reward for yourself after a trip. walk or cycle in the middle of cold weather.
After dark, head to Dalby Forest (about an hour’s drive from York to the north or from Middlesbrough to the south). Away from the city lights, this area is known for its impressive starry night sky.