Whether you love viewing the magnificent ice rinks around London or even love to try. Regardless of your skills of ice skating, the fun you can have during this winter with your friends and family at some of these enchanting ice rinks around London are exquisite.
In this blog post, I’ve rounded some of my favourite and top spots to ice skate around London. You can always look forward to and explore them when it’s the winter holidays. Also, I’ve managed to put together few vlogs to see for yourself, hope you all enjoy it.
National History Museum
Natural History Museum the most enchanting ice rink with a row of trees dripping with fairy lights and a majestic Christmas tree in the middle of the ice. It’s become a London Christmas classic. This year, the rink provides the usual festive fun with the chocolate goodness of Hotel Chocolat serving hot chocolates.
During the winter period, Somerset House’s grand 18th-century courtyard turns has the most stunning settings for an ice rink. The 900-square-metre outdoor rink is the definition of festive fun.
Canary Wharf Ice Rink
The ice rink at Canary Wharf is back once again. The 80-metre long rink is open for four months, plenty of time to get your skates on and there’s a dedicated children’s rink for those who bring along their kids here.
Winter Wonderland Ice Skating
The Winter Wonderland’s ice rink, the biggest outdoor rink in the UK, surrounds the Victorian bandstand and illuminated with more than 100,000 lights.
Festive playground Winterville is back this year, swapping Victoria Park for Clapham Common for more dancing, eating, laughing, drinking and ice skating. Expect comedy, club nights, cabaret and live music as well as Christmas markets and ace food from Street Feast.
Hope you enjoyed my blog post and now have idea’s to explore many ice rinks around London.
Have you been or skated in any of these ice rinks yet? Love to hear your experiences.