Ice skating and the Natural History Museum

Written by on November 30, 2014 in Travel - Comments Off on Ice skating and the Natural History Museum

Yesterday, I went ice skating at the Natural History Museum ice rink, London. Tickets were only £15 each and were readily available unlike the popular Somerset House and Winter Wonderland ice rinks.

ice skating

The great thing about going to this ice rink is that you can go to the museum afterwards. If you go early in the day, you will have to wait in the long queues. However, if you go after ice skating, around 3pm you won’t have to queue and you will still have three¬†hours to look around the museum. It’s free to look around the museum. It is a great family day out.



If you are looking for an interesting day out and feeling Christmassy, then this is for you.

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