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Alexandra Palace, London

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Enjoy ice skating all year round at one of London’s most iconic landmarks; the Alexandra Palace ice rink provides a stunning location with ice skating options, whether you're looking to ice skate with friends, family or a loved one.

The Alexandra Palace ice rink offers a range of public ice skating sessions every day, Fridays and Saturdays disco on ice, group and private figure skating classes, ice hockey training, toddlers on ice and adult coffee morning drop in sessions, school holiday, charity and school group discounts, birthday parties & private hire options and a daily open Café.

Book ice skating tickets online on Alexandra Palace web site up to 15 minutes before the next public session.
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  • What a fantastic venue for live music! The sound and lighting was insane for this show. It's hard to get too as it's north London and not that close to a train station. Luckily we were in a taxi which...  more »
  • Alexandra Palace is situated on a hill in North London, in a beautiful green area. The location is enviable, dominates all over London, but the distance is truly remarkable. Only on clear days you can see the skyline of the capital, just a little mist to not see anything anymore. The Palace is huge, often used for events and small exhibitions. This was the reason for my visit. All around there is a nice Park where numerous joggers. Railroad station to the Palace just a fifteen minute walk (uphill).
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  • What a superb venue ! Boasting superb views across the city we saw London by day before the gig and London by night afterwards. Not far to the railway station either. Architecturally pleasing with a g...  more »
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  • Went here for the fireworks on Friday and had an amazing evening, it was not to crowded and due to it being nice and Spread out it was easy for us to move around. The venue is beautiful the building is amazing and has been so well restored. The views from the top of the hill are some of the best of London I have ever seen.
  • Came by during a craft beer and food festival. The festival itself was pretty awesome, tons of options for food and drinks. The palace is on a bit of a hill, so you can see part of the London skyline by the Thames, which makes it really cool. If you're going to the festival, bring a picnic blanket, then you can sit down and relax with your friends. Minimal parking, may be better to take public transport.
  • It a beautiful big place perfect for concert the only downfall is the location it nearest station is a fair bit of walk. The tube station even further they do provide buses on event night to get there and back. The view from Alexander palace is stunning it beautiful.
  • Attended Twenty one pilots concert with two 15 year olds . The crowd management outside was horrendous and dam right dangerous with no control over the crushing crowds. Inside was no better security was non existence none of us had our rucksacks checked . The main hall was so horrendous no control over the crushing crowd we got to the front and were being so crushed i told the staff in front of the barrier we needed to get out as it was getting out of control and i was told to just move to the back I said How ? and was told to just push ! We did but it was a very scary experience and this was before the band even came on. The amount of kids being pulled out of the crowd passing out from the crush was very distressing . Leaving the venue was just as appalling as was the leaving the car park we saw one steward . This band has a young fan base the limited crowd control was a disaster and very dangerous. I would like to say Twenty one pilots were amazing but i can not comment as we were so distressed we could not enjoy Ally Pally shame on you for allowing this to happen Visited November 20
  • We visited for the OM yoga show. The building is set right up a hill with amazing views across North London.parking was easy as they have a huge car park and street parking. A great venue to visit for concerts, conferences, shows and the ice experience