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19 December 2014

Go skating at the Natural History Museum

Almost unbelievably, the now-annual ice rink on the lawn at the Natural History Museum opened on 30th October this year, and remains open until 4th January, offering a chance for anyone with a spare £10 - £16 to take to the ice in the shadow of Alfred Waterhouse's grand Victorian masterpiece.

We're told that it's a fun day or evening out for the whole family, which is why weekends and school holidays are probably best avoided. However, there is a segregated family space for beginners and children, and if you go late in the evening they'll probably be in bed. But then you'll have to put up with the third-date crowd.

For more, see http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit-us/whats-on/ice-rink/visit/

^Picture © John Bointon used under a Creative Commons license^

1 comment:

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