Set against the backdrop of the Waterhouse building, the Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum is one of the most magical places to be this winter.
Experience the thrill of skating surrounded by fairy lights nestled in frost-covered trees, with the smell of mulled wine and toasted marshmallows in the air.
Whether you can dance on ice like Torvill and Dean, or you skate more like Bambi, a visit to the Museumâ€™s Ice Rink is a must this festive season.
Book your skate session online to guarantee your place or buy your tickets from the box office when you arrive. Remember, you may have to wait for your turn on the ice if you haven’t booked your session in advance, especially during peak times.
Soak up the atmosphere from our CafÃ© Bar and balcony. The CafÃ© Bar has a bird’s-eye view of the rink and is open daily until the Ice Rink closes. Non-skaters are welcome.
Make it an essential stop during your visit to meet friends and warm up with tea, coffee, hot chocolate and mulled wine. Or take your pick from a range of delicious meals and a variety of wines, beers and soft drinks.
The CafÃ© Bar is sometimes closed for private functions. When planning your visit, please checkÂ News and events.
The Ice Rink’s main operating hours are 11.00-22.00. The Rink may open earlier or close later on weekends and during the holiday period.
Check our events calendar for opening hours on specific dates.
- Adult:Â from Â£12.65
- Child:Â (12 and under): from Â£8.80
- Family:Â (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult, 3 children): Â£39.60
- Members: Save 10%
- Parent & toddler:Â Â£11 – includes a drink
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