Natural History Museum Ice Skating

Photo by Paul Hudson used under CC

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).

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. (We’ve put it below too in case that was confusing).

October 25th – December 7th: Weekdays £12.65 – £15.95 | Weekends: £15.95 – £17.05
Dec 8th – Jan 6th: All days £15.95 – £17.05
January 7th – 20th: Weekdays £12.65 – £15.95 | Weekends: £15.95 – £17.05

Venue: Natural History Museum
Entry: £12.65 – £17.05
Typical weather at this time
High: 14 ℃Low: 6 ℃
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Access: 394 m from South Kensington Piccadilly LineDistrict LineCircle Line
0.5 km from Gloucester Road Piccadilly LineDistrict LineCircle Line
Area: South Kensington
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