A skate path, The Tasting Room and towering surroundings offer a very civilized session on the ice.
Our business district's soaring towers lend Canary Wharf Ice Rink an imposing backdrop, and some exciting extras help it to keep up with its extravagant surroundings. An iced path allows skaters to dash off from the main rink and glide below fairy light-laden trees. Seal-shaped skate aids are available for hire (£5) to help beginners find their feet. A pop-up bar and restaurant will serve everything from sandwiches and ales to cheese fondue and hot buttered rum. Visitors who don't fancy skating can admire those on the ice (or giggle at them trying not to fall over) from the heated outdoor viewing terrace.
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Average User Rating
3.9 / 5
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The worst skates I've ever tried...
The ice is good quality, also the location has a good atmosphere. But, for such a high entry fee I really do expect basic quality skates, as the ones given were cheap and rigid, made my feet hurt after 5 minutes and after an hour I have left with dirty wounds... (I'm not a beginner, I know how to skate)
recently visited the ice rink with my grand children who came up from kent, they enjoyed it so much we are going again today. staff great and to be in the open air is so different and more enjoyable. roll on next year,
I've been to this ice rink on many occasions AND I've loved it every time and I think the customer service is amazing and the rink its self is wonderful
Amazing skate path, great food at the bar the my little one loved the polar bears to aid them skate. Worth a visit and great experiance.
Amazing skate path, great hot-dogs at the bar the my two little ones loved the polar bears to aid them skate. Worth a visit and great shopping afterwards.
Great outdoor rink in a dramatic setting surrounded by the canary wharf buildings. The rink as an unusual shape and allows for fun laps.
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