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Ice Rink Canary Wharf, London

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Ice Rink Canary Wharf is an outdoor ice rink with on site bar and viewing terrace. The rink is open 7 days per week with the exception of Christmas Day from the 31st October 2015 until the 27th of February 2016.

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  • February 24, 2017
    Really well organised, loved the light show as you skated. Loved the availability of polar bears which helped my niece to gain confidence  more »
  • February 16, 2017
    The ice rink is kept well, and staff are helpful. The experience both times I went was fun, with the lights and music making it feel like a party atmosphere. It was, however , a bit expensive and I on...  more »
  • February 14, 2017
    Having missed the opportunity to ice skate over Christmas I was delighted to find that this rink was still open in February half term. We had a wonderful time. Great music and lights plus not too busy...  more »
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  • It was astonishing. Everything was beautiful and I really enjoyed the glowing benches. My niece had a blast using the animal-shaped sleighs. Overall it was wonderful, albeit a bit pricey.
  • Reasonably well looked after ice, I liked the lights below the ice - nice touch. It would have been full 5 stars with a few more facilities (somewhere to print photos, for example, or lockers that didn't eat your money if you turned the key too far). The actual rink itself was lovely - Just outside enough whilst being fully covered, friendly staff, and not too full.
  • I love ice skating😍 and if I could afford I would go twice a week in winter. Over the years this ice rink developed and changed so much. This year they put the glass roof, so you don't get soked in lovely british weather😉 Great idea. The only problem is the price of the ticket...😩if you are working in Canary Wharf and you are loaded...it's fine. But for a normal human being who would like to go once a week or more in season...it's a no no with almost £17 and booking fee £2.50 and with my own skates...😭 3* for the price.
  • This is one of the better outdoor ice rinks I have been too. It is session based, which is good as it means the ice can be treated after each session so that it is as good as new for the next session. It seems to be well organised with plenty of helpful staff - one spotted me struggling and suggested a couple of things I could try.
  • Was here in 2016 Feb as well. Had a five star on it then. One of the best london 'one-off' skate place for me. Not too big to be daunting, not too small to get a skate on. Unlike our experience ar Somerset house, the small kids are not confined to the smallest pen and the amount of people on the ice seems better controlled. Enough good places to eat nearby other than at the rink so food quality unknown. Bit pricey so not a 5 star ! Update 01 2017 : They've changed the layout so no cheeky path to skate around. It's now the boring standard rectangle so slightly more daunting for beginners and less rail places to hang on to, out of the way. Shame about this, so glad we went early and caught the cheap deal 9-10am Sunday session. Staff are still very helpful and careful.

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