Run by company behind the Tower of London ice rink, this wintery experience has the same simple pricing plan. You can skate against the backdrop of Henry VIII’s former home and comfort yourself with the knowledge that however bad you are, he would have been way worse. The evenings will see the palace bathed in dramatic lighting and there will be places to wach and warm up with some festive drinks and food too.
Prices are fixed throughout the season:
Adults: From £16.00
Children under 12: From £11.50
Family tickets: From £46.00(either 2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
20th November to 17th December: 10 am to 9 pm (8 pm last skate)
18th December to 3rd January (excluding Christmas Day): 9 am to 9:45 pm (8:45 pm last skate)
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