Tower of London ice rink


  • Start date: 17 November 2017
  • End date: 02 January 2018
Skating sessions are 45 minutes on the ice. We recommend that you arrive 30 minutes before your session to get ready to take to the ice!

Ticketing information

The price includes skate hire.

Adult: £14.50
Teenage (13-15 years old): £12.50
Child (3-12 years old): £10.50
Concession: £12.50
Family skate ticket: £42.00 

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Skate London's most dramatic ice rink

Ice skate at the Tower of London and you don't just get to do it with the city's most iconic historical landmark as a backdrop - you're actually in it! As you glide around the rink, take in the magical ambience of the fortress beside the Thames, a unique and unforgettable setting.

There's something for everyone whether you are a complete novice or an expert.  New this year, try our early morning sessions - perfect for little skaters and families, or visit later for quiet afternoons and bustling evenings.

The Tower of London ice rink gets an extra helping of stunning in the evenings when our lights, set against the fortress walls, add to the drama.

For history with a modern twist, there's no better winter location.

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