Where to go ice skating this Christmas in the South East

14th November 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and the chance to get your skates on and hit the ice.

From a rooftop rink, to famous landmarks to memorable Christmas markets and whether your skating style is more graceful glider or Bambi learning how to walk, grab your hat and scarf and head off to one of these festive ice rinks to show off your skating skills.

Make the most of 1/3 off adult fares and 60% off kids' fares with your Railcard by buying your train tickets now and “yule” get the best fares.

Natural History Museum, London

When: Until 12th January 2020
Price: Adults from £12.65, children from £8.80 and families from £39.60 during off-peak sessions.
Closest station: London Victoria

Skylight – Rooftop Bar, London

When: Until 25th January 2020, open Thursday – Sunday
Price: £12
Closest station: Shadwell or Wapping

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink, Brighton

When: Until 19th January 2020
Price: From £11
Closest station: Brighton

Tower of London, London

When: Until 5th January 2020
Price: Adults from £16.20, children from £11.70 and families from £46.20
Closest station: London Bridge or London Fenchurch Street

Somerset House, London

When: Until 12th January 2020
Price: Adults from £14, children from £8.50 and families of four get a 10% discount
Closest station: London Charing Cross

Hampton Court Palace, Molesey

When: Until 5th January 2020
Price: Adults from £15, children from £10.50 and families from £45
Closest station: Hampton Court

We’re sure you’ll be channelling your inner Jerry in no time at all, swishing and swooshing your way across the ice.

 

 

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