Natural History Museum Ice Rink

The ice rink at the Natural History Museum is one of the first rinks to open this winter and it is truly stunning. Besides the gorgeous cathedralesque Hintze Hall setting, there’s a 30ft Swarovski Christmas tree in the middle, peppered in glitter, fairy lights and supersized baubles! It has a real magical feel that can only make you happy!


Sessions are 50 minutes long and ticket prices differ depending on when you want to skate (all including skate hire). Peak prices are between noon and 9pm on weekend days (£17.05 for adults) and the cheapest sessions are at 2pm on weekdays (£12.65 for adults).


It’s such a lovely activity to kick off the festive season, however, if you don’t fancy skating, the Café Bar and balcony has afternoon tea, hot food, snacks, drinks and great view of the ice.

It’s open until Sunday 8th January, and you can book your tickets here

Area: South Kensington
4.9 / 5.0




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