Somerset House Ice Rink (London) Reviews
Description:Attraction: Seasonal Ice Rink in London / Address: Strand London WC2R 1LA / Tel: +44 (0)20 7845 4600
Newest Review: ... he was free he told us that we didn't need to go there anyway, and could proceed directly to the rink entrance. By this time it was 9.50am - we'd wasted 5 minutes walking round to find the entrance, and another 5 waiting pointlessly at the box office. The rink entrance, another temporary structure, was roped off as they weren't open yet - useful to know if, like us, you book the first skate ... more
Customer Somerset House Ice Rink (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/01/11, updated on 09/12/11 (Very useful, 136 readings)
I've done it in Dubai. I've done it in Cologne. I've done it in Mexico City and Manchester, Brussels and Blackpool. And, now, London. I love skating, especially outside. An outdoor ice rink is almost as good as a cable car and you know how great they are. I missed the snow this year, and returned to a freezing UK without the pretty winter wonderland landscape. While you can't control the weather, there are some other ways to make the most of the chilly season, and so this week we decided to go skating at Somerset House. Unlike most of the country's temporary ice rinks, this one is still going strong post-Christmas, and doesn't close for the season until ... Read the complete review
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