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12 Places To Go Ice Skating In London During Festive Season

With the festivities leading up to Christmas in full swing, there are now plenty of opportunities to try ice skating in London. These are some of the popular venues where you can hire skates and have some fun!

Winterville Ice Rink  – until 1 January. Location:  Grove Road, Bow, London, E3 5TB

Winter Wonderland Ice Rink – until 1 January. Location: Hyde Park, London, W2 2UH

Eyeskate Ice Rink – until 3 January.  Location: Coca-Cola London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB

Ice Skating at Wembley Park  – until 3 January. Location:  Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley, Greater London HA9 0QL

Natural History Museum Swarovski Ice Rink – until 3 January.  Location: Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD

Tower of London Ice Rink  – until 3 January.  Location: London, EC3N 4AB

Westfield London Ice Rink – until 3 January.  Location: Ariel Way London, Shepherds Bush, W12 7GF

Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink – until 4 January.  Location:  East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU

JW3 Ice Rink – until 10 January.  Location: 341-351 Finchley Road, London, NW3 6ET

Somerset House Ice Rink – until 10 January.  Location: Strand, London, WC2R 1LA

Broadgate Ice Rink – until 25 February.  Location: Exchange Square, London, EC2A 2BQ

Ice Rink Canary Wharf – until 26 February.  Location: Canada Square, Tower Hamlets, London, E14 5AG

Somerset House - Ice Skating

Ice skating on the rink at Somerset House. Photo: © Visit London/Stephen McLaren.


Ursula Petula Barzey

Ursula Petula Barzey is a Digital Marketing Consultant who enjoys all that London has to offer to its residents as well as visitors from all across the globe.

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