Warm wintery magic in Theme park Toverland
Experience the warm, wintery magic together in Theme park Toverland. During the Magical Winter Weeks that take place during the Christmas holidays, the park exudes a Christmas atmosphere. Enjoy the most magical time of the year with magical entertainment, shows and wondrous attractions together plus....snow is guaranteed.
A white Christmas guaranteed
From the moment they enter our visitors are welcomed in a regal manner by Lord Frost, his lady and their little elves. It’s their job to make sure there’s snow and ice in Toverland. A job they take very seriously. A glimmer of their icy magic covers the park with a white blanket of snow. Even the indoor areas of Land van Toos and Wunderwald, experience an occasional snow shower.
The sparkly lit Christmas trees will show you the way to the wintery Ithaka. You can roast marshmallows sitting around the campfire, while hearing the fast wooden roller coaster whizzing by in the background.
Want a rest from all these cold adventures? It’s possible in the warmth and comfort of Toverland’s Biergarten. Enjoy a warm glass of Glühwein and a fresh Dutch stroopwafel and be amazed by the tricks of the table magician.
Winter Wonderland Show
More than 80 sparkling Christmas trees will light up the entire park. But one tree, the tallest of all, stays dark. Help us during the musical Winter Wonderland Show to bring the real Christmas spirit to Toverland and let the tall Christmas tree sparkle in all its glory.
Don’t forget to hang your wish in the special wish tree. They say that this tree can make wishes come true. Who knows, maybe it’ll be your wish?
The Winter Wonderland Show can be seen daily, three times a day at 13.00, 14.30 and 16.30 from Saturday 24 December 2016 until Sunday 8 January 2017, with the exception of 31 December 2016 and 1 January 2017.
During the Magical Winter Weeks (24 December 2016 until 8 January 2017) is besides the indoor theme areas Land van Toos and Wunderwald, also Ithaka open. Lots of extra entertainment can be seen during the Winter Weeks (with the exception of 31 December 2016 and 1 January 2017).