Top 6 festive ice rinks

Thursday 11 February 2016

Strap on your skates and hit the ice at our favourite festive ice rinks. Click on the images to find out more and buy your tickets today!

Tower of London

The Crown Jewels, tales of grisly executions, ravens, Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and... riverside ice skating! If you like your ice with a historical twist, head on down to the Tower of London. Tower of London ice rink

Natural History Museum, London

A Victorian treasure-trove stuffed with wonders from the natural world. Meet the dinosaurs, see just how big a Blue Whale really is, then hit the ice for spin. Natural History Museum ice rink

Eyeskate at the London Eye

Take a spin on the London Eye then a turn on the ice for a dizzying day out. Eyeskate at the London Eye

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink, Brighton

Cruise across the ice against the spectacular backdrop of one of Britain's most eccentric buildings. Brighton Pavilion ice rink

Hampton Court Ice Rink, London

If ice skating Tudor style appeals, head to the spectacular Hampton Court Palace, one-time residence of Henry VIII. Hampton Court ice rink

Somerset House, London

Skate in style at the graceful Somerset House where you'll find tasty food and drink and even icy disco nights. Skate at Somerset House (c) Gideon Mendel

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