Hi there Readers,
In order to make your autumn days exciting, today we would like to announce about one London’s most most popular festive ice rinks.
The earliest of London’s winter ice rinks to open, the Natural History Museum‘s annual icing-over of its gardens kicks off from 25th October. The 1,000 square metre rink outside Alfred Waterhouse’s imposing building is surrounded by 80,000 glowing pea-lights dangling from the overhanging trees and a sparkling 30 foot Christmas tree. Additional attractions include a smaller 100-square-metre rink for youngsters and a stylish balcony cafe/bar when you can warm your hands and insides on hot chocolate. Big-foots amongst you will be pleased to know that skates go up to adult size 15, while penguin skate aids are available for £5 on a first come first served basis.
We hope you have found this shared post useful and don’t forget that if you want to have a group day out this autumn, we here at A J Travel will be more than happy to help out with a great offer on our quality minibus service and rentals, we are sure we can find something that suits you. Call us at: 0121 3666777 for more info