An enchanting outdoor ice rink that’s sure to charm visitors of all ages.
Natural History Museum Ice Rink is back again.
The truly beautiful backdrop of Alfred Waterhouse’s Natural History Museum buildings, a row of trees just dripping in fairy lights and a majestic Christmas tree in the middle of the ice all help to make this London’s most enchanting ice-rink.
The main area is 1,000 metres square, and adjoins a smaller rink for children needed a gentler space to practice in.
The rink is celebrating its eleventh year in 2015, and will provide the usual festive fun on its perimeter: a Café Bar overlooking the ice with live music on Thursdays and a pretty fairground carousel. See the website for wheelchair-user sessions, and note the rink is occasionally closed for private functions. It is also closed on Christmas Day.
|Venue name:||Natural History Museum|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-5.50pm (last admission 5.30pm)|
|Transport:||Tube: South Kensington|
|Price:||From £12.65, £8.80 children, £39.60 family|
|Event phone:||084 4847 1576|