The new Covent Garden fake snow event has disappointed tourists, with some even calling it a’scam.’
Tourists who booked hotels in London’s Covent Garden in the hopes of seeing the new snow display were left disappointed when it was barely visible.
Some travelers referred to it as a “scam,” while others stated that it was not worth the trip.
Every hour, a fake flurry of snow falls near the 55-foot Christmas tree at this attraction in Covent Garden.
“Feel the magic of Christmas in Covent Garden with our daily snow moments on the West and North Piazza,” the website says.
Tourists who visited the attraction, on the other hand, claimed they could barely see the snow.
“If you’re going to Covent Garden to see the fake snow, don’t waste your time,” one person said in a video posted on TikTok.
The fake snow, which could barely be seen near the tree, was then shown in their video.
“I feel like I’ve been lied to,” one woman said.
“I booked a hotel to go, and you’re telling me this is what it looks like?” wrote another.
“I went last night and can confirm it was exactly like this,” another woman said.
“Waiting for this last night, never been so disappointed in my life,” said another commenter.
“I have trust issues because of this,” someone joked.
“That Covent Garden’snow’ is the biggest scam on earth,” one man wrote on Twitter.
Others, on the other hand, suggested going during the week when there are fewer people and you can stand under it.
They also stated that it appears to be much better at night, with the last snowfall occurring at 7 p.m.
You won’t have to wait long if you want real snow, as experts predict that the UK will receive six inches this winter.
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