Christmas Guides

Skating your way into Christmas

Ice Skating is the perfect way to celebrate Christmas coming, and there’s no better place to do it than London. We’ve hunted high and low for the prettiest and most popular places to skate, and here’s the list!

Tower of London

Another stunning backdrop of the Tower itself, it’s located in a dry moat! You can’t beat the beautifully historic trip down memory lane, and adding in the festivities makes it all the more special!

Broadgate Ice Rink

After moving to Exchange square a couple of years ago Broadgate is now one of the most popular ice rinks in London. You can book as groups, or even lessons, it’s the perfect place to spend a few hours at the weekend!

 

Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink

Looking for that perfect Instagram photo? This ice rink is the answer! Situated with the perfect Hampton Court Palace behind it, it is the perfect place for that photographic moment!

Natural History Museum

Another beautiful backdrop, the Natural History Museum was the first to turn festive in London this year. The gorgeous tree, mixed with the beautiful fairy lights and stunning building can’t help but make you feel festive. There’s even a smaller rink for children who may need a little bit of practise before braving the big rink!

Winter Wonderland

In the centre of London’s most festive park, the Winter Wonderland ice rink screams ‘Santa’s coming’ louder than Will Ferell in Elf. So if you fancy a bustling festive park with a whole heap of different Christmas activities, Winter Wonderland is the place for you!

Canary Wharf Ice Rink

Situated right in the middle of the business district, this one is perfect for after-hours skating! Teamed with a pop-up bar and restaurant it’s the perfect end to a working day, get skating!

 

Somerset House

The epitome of Christmas in London, when you think Ice Rink you think Somerset House. Beautifully decorated by Fortnum & Mason, the lodge offers afternoon tea’s, champagne and club nights! It’s definitely THE place to be this season.

 

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