Natural History Museum Ice Rink:
The Natural History Museum Ice Rink is bringing skating back to the city.
London’s most spectacular winter attraction opens on 31 October for the winter season and will welcome visitors to London’s iconic outdoor ice rink until 5 January 2014.
Due to popular demand, this year the main rink will be larger than ever.
Attractions include a children’s rink for younger skaters, stylish Café Bar and a classic fairground carousel. Surrounded by 76,000 fairy lights in the nearby trees, it’s the perfect way to welcome in the winter season with family and friends. Whether you are a novice or an expert, don’t miss the chance to skate against the most spectacular backdrop London has to offer.
Positioned in the heart of one of the most stylish cities in the world, the Natural History Museum Ice Rink epitomises the glamour of the capital during the winter months. Located on the Museum’s east lawn and now in its sixth year, it has established itself as the place to be seen skating. So wrap up in your winter warmers, savour the atmospheric setting and finish by enjoying a hot chocolate in the Cafe Bar.
The hugely popular Café Bar has been voted one of London’s best festive bars by The Evening Standard. It offers visitors a bird’s eye view of the ice as they relax in the ultra stylish surroundings on the open-air balcony. Take the opportunity to soak up the dazzling setting while sipping a glass of mulled wine or a bespoke winter cocktail. The Natural History Museum Ice Rink has plenty of additional surprises in store for visitors – watch this space for more details.