Ice Skate in front of the stunning Waterhouse Building this winter for all the festive feels. As well as your regular skating there’s a penguin club for kids and special sessions for those in wheelchairs and with additional needs. You can add afternoon tea, a glass or two of bubbly and dinner to your skate if you want to treat yourself (or someone else). Mondays through Thursdays, students with NUS cards can also enjoy a free drink at the bar (though not between Dec 12th and Jan 6th.
Skate sessions are 50 minutes long and run from 9am to half-past midnight, with the earlier sessions and the very latest sessions being a couple of pounds cheaper. On off-peak dates these prices are £12.65 for the cheaper sessions and £15.95 for the regular ones. On weekends and all days during the peak times (from Dec 8th–Jan 6th)these prices go up to £15.95–£17.05 espectively.
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