NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM ICE RINK SET TO BRING WINTER FUN BACK TO LONDON

 
 
London’s Natural History Museum Ice Rink is returning for the 2021 winter season for the last time. Set against the beautiful backdrop of one of London’s most iconic landmarks, skaters can take to the ice from Friday 22 October 2021 until Sunday 16 January 2022. After a one year hiatus and difficult Christmas for many in 2020, the NHM Ice Rink is back to restore some festive cheer and reunite friends and families with a much-loved London winter tradition. 


After an incredible 16 years, this will be the ice rink’s last year at the Natural History Museum before the Museum’s five-acre site in South Kensington is transformed into a welcoming, accessible and biologically diverse green space in the heart of London as part of the Museum’s Urban Nature Project. 

A perfect day out in a simply stunning setting, the Natural History Museum Ice Rink welcomes all ages and abilities. This year, the sparkling rink, located along South Kensington’s twinkling tree-lined streets, will once again be topped off with a spectacular 30ft Christmas tree, the perfect centrepiece to everyone’s skating experience.


The popular Café Bar will also return this year as well as a tasty array of hot food sold outside in the Museum Gardens. Skating lessons will be available via the website, and the Penguin Skate Club will make its return for children’s skate lessons on Saturday mornings from 6 - 20 November and 27 November - 8 January (excluding New Year’s Day). Please see the website for more details.

Book tickets for the Natural History Museum Ice Rink via www.nhmskating.com. Group bookings must be booked in advance. 
Check the website for daily session times.

DATES: Friday 22 October 2021 – Sunday 16 January.
TICKET PRICES: From £8.00 for children (aged 12 and under), £11.50 for adults, £36.00 for family 
(Booking fees may apply)

In-Person: at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink Box Office from 22 Oct 2021 to 16 Jan 2021
Email: groups@ticketmaster.co.uk (groups, including schools) / access@ticketmaster.co.uk (all access queries, including booking queries)

TRAVEL: Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD
Nearest tube – South Kensington

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