Frost Fair at Chester Zoo (Cheshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... event and includes a large ice rink, Santa's Grotto, festive crafts, gift ideas and fun-filled entertainment. The ice rink is great for beginners or more experienced skaters, whatever you prefer. You can ice skate as a family or just your children can ice skate whilst you sit in the spectators viewing area and watch. If you are a beginner then you can skate around the edge of the rink whilst holding on, but for the more experienced ice skaters, the center of the ice rink is better for you. You can also meet Santa by following the 'Lapland' trail. This is something the kids enjoy greatly as they get to meet Santa and his frien... more
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by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 263 readings)
I was surprised to find that no one has yet reviewed the Frost Fair at Chester Zoo, so i thought i would be the first. Over the past few years, my daughter and the guides have visited Chester Zoo and as well as seeing the animals, they have visited the Frost Fair. When she returned, she wouldn't stop talking about it as she must have enjoyed it so much. The Frost Fair at Chester Zoo is a great family event and includes a large ice rink, Santa's Grotto, festive crafts, gift ideas and fun-filled entertainment. The ice rink is great for beginners or more experienced skaters, whatever you prefer. You can ice skate as a family or just your ... Read the complete review
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