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.Use our London family vacation planner to arrange your visit to Ice Rink Canary Wharf and other attractions in London.
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I went ice skating for the first time with friends and family. It was a great experience! Joyous ambience, helpful staff and ample space. Not knowing how to skate, there was ample space on the railing... read more »
We love ice skating at Canary Wharf particular in the early evening when the atmosphere becomes truly magic, just wonderful!
I've been to a few ice rinks in London over the years, and I can say that is the best ice rink in London. It's larger than most ice rinks, and is usually less busy too (due to its location presumably); more space means more fun. Also, skating among the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf (an especially stunning experience at night) feels absolutely magical! Highly recommended social activity for families, friends, and even a date. Very affordable too.
Nice hour long ice scaring sessions, can get a little crowded at times but that is to be expected. Between skates the ice is regulated for 15 minutes. The ice rink is quite large compared to the one outside the London Eye. Staff are friendly and the process of getting your skates is quite quick. I have nocked off one star due to the fact that there were some groves in the ice at certain points which can be potentially hazordus when your not expecting them. Furthermore lockers cost £1 to use and you don't get your pound back which is a little annoying. Safety marshals were present on the ice rink and were quick to respond as people fell over. Only 15 skate aids available for each session however so you've got to be quick or you will not get a skate aid (which comes in the form of a seal, with a small seat for young children). Skate aids are available for £5.
My daughter went here for a party. It's easy enough to get here (sitting over tube station) and has reasonable enough room. There is a restaurant next door (same complex).
I do not skate. It is nice to see other people skating around in winter.
Looks nice surrounded by all these beautiful buildings. Has the New York Rockefeller Centre Ice Rink feeling. BUT! Ice rink is not 100% flat and feels like skating on frozen waves. The ice machine (Zamboni) can't get to every corner of the rink (you need a round rink). For the amount of money paid (as for all pop up winter rinks in London) just okay.
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