Tower of London ice rink back for a 6th year this winter

PUBLISHED: 12:00 12 October 2010

Ice skating at the Tower of London

Ice skating at the Tower of London


IT’S almost time to grab your hat, gloves and scarf as ice skating at the Tower of London will be back for the sixth year this winter.

The temporary rink will be set up next to the Tower and will be open for skaters to glide (gracefully or not so) around from Saturday, November 20-Sunday, January 9.

Serving winter cocktails, the ice rink’s fully-licensed bar will offer a wide selection of seasonal drinks from winter punch, egg nog and mulled wine as well as traditional draughts, wines and spirits, the bar will keep the cold out.

The Café will also be open, serving warming drinks and festive snacks for people wanting to relax after their skate or for non-skaters to support their friends as they take to the ice.

Opening hours are 10am-10pm and tickets cost from £10 for adults and £7.50 for children.

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