Ice Skating Holidays in London


London is known to take special care of all its guests and their fantasies. Millions throng here every year, but not all of them intend to visit the royal palace, museums and art galleries of the city. Those with an adventurous bend of mind seek fun and thrill during their holiday than glaring at relics and ancient paintings in the popular British museums. Ice rinks are hosted at a number of major venues across the British capital and skating enthusiasts can enjoy their heart out during their holiday here.
Winters do not have to be boring and gloomy in London. Local authorities make sure that the city pulls as much crowd in the cold season as it does in summers. Young and old throng the various ice skating rinks that are installed in the city in November and remain open until March next year. Almost all the venues remain open until midnight offering skaters a memorable chance to take a spin under a starlit wintry night. Trainers and skating gear are available at all the venues.
Some of the major venues that host ice skating rinks in winters in London include the Tower of London, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, Natural History Museum, Somerset House and Hampton Court. All these got closed before the end of January. The ones that are still open are Canary Warf Ice Rink (until 19 Feb) and O2 Ice rink (until 28 Feb).
Queens Ice and Bowl in Bayswater is another popular venue in London where a permanent ice rink is installed. So, if you wish to beat the London heat in summers, nothing can satisfy you more than spinning at the Queens Ice Rink here. So, go skating!