Alexandra Palace Ice Rink

Things to do , Ice skating Muswell Hill
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All Pally's lofty and recently refurbished indoor skating arena is open year-round for general skating sessions, figure skating classes, ice hockey training, children's sessions and parties. Ccourses for children aged from five to 15 are available on Saturday mornings and early on weekday evenings. Friday and Saturday evenings are Disco Nights, and there’s late opening on Sunday too, when more chilled out tunes provide the soundtrack for languid loops around the ice.
Venue name: Alexandra Palace Ice Rink
Address: Alexandra Palace Way
N22 7AY
Transport: Tube: Wood Green; Bus: W3 bus; Rail: Alexandra Palace
Price: £5-£8.50
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  • Ice skating Saturday October 22 2016 - Saturday April 22 2017
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Mimi B

The best place in town for those ‘feeling defunct in front of 12 year olds’ thrills! They may have full control over all of their limbs, but I’m betting they weren’t able to simultaneously appreciate the architecture of the place whilst skating. Ally Pally’s Ice Skating Disco happens every Friday and Saturday Night from 20.30- 23.30 and if you’re lucky the last half hour will include many Motown and the snow machine! The rink is huge and so perfect to go with a big group of friends, probably not the best place for a first date unless the dinner you’ve just had was awful and you want to chop his fingers off.


This is one of the best ice skating rinks in London as I've been to almost every one of the but yet I still prefer a 1:30 house jerny to enjoy this amazing palace. There are a few draw backs such as the food are a over priced people with there own skates pay one pound less and kids are just 6 pounds. Although rhe food is over priced and other things I would recommend this ice skating rinks 9/10 times to the public. Would highly recommend this to teenagers who's got nothing to do during there holiday