Saturday, November 08, 2014
Set within its historic Victorian grounds, the Natural History Museum Ice Rink is one of London’s must-do winter attractions. Skaters can enjoy over 1,000 square metres of real ice with a dedicated children’s rink for little ones. In addition, the cosy first floor Café Bar, with its spectacular open-air balcony overlooking the skating, is the perfect place for friends, couples and families to sip a mulled wine and sample delicious festive treats. Together with a beautiful Christmas tree and vintage fairground carousel, whether skating or spectating, the Natural History Museum Ice Rink is the place to be this winter. The London Evening Standard has teamed up with the Natural History Museum to offer readers the chance to win one of 150 pairs of tickets for an exclusive skating session in this historic venue. Click to find out how to be in with a chance of getting a pair of tickets to the Ice Skating at the National History Museum.