Go ice skating in London at the Natural History Museum, as their gorgeous ice rink returns for 2018.
Skate news, everybody! London’s Natural History Museum has announced the return of its wintertime skating season, and it might surprise you to know that their ice rink will be back VERY soon: from next Thursday, October 25th, in fact.
One of the most beautiful places to pirouette on the ice in London (you can pirouette, can’t you?), the Natural History Museum’s ice rink comes decorated with a whopping 30ft Christmas tree in the middle, while the Café Bar serves up hot chocolate, cream teas or prosecco and cake, with a viewing platform providing a view of the sparkling action below.
Tickets are on sale now and dates often book up in advance, so grab some now for one of London’s classic Christmas experiences.
Location: Cromwell Road, Kensington, SW7 5BD. Nearest station is South Kensington. See it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: 10am – 9pm every day (except Christmas day) until January 6 2019. (Times may vary – check Fever for info.)
Price: adult tickets start at £12.65, with discounts for children and families.
More information and tickets: head over to Fever.