Accessible skate sessions - Ice Rink
Event type: outdoor activity
Location: East Lawn
Call the Accessible Bookings Team on +44 (0)80 0988 4440 for UK customers and 0044 161 637 2697 for overseas customers.
We run a number of quieter sessions throughout the season which are suitable for disabled skaters, including wheelchair users and those with other disabilities and additional needs.
Set against the backdrop of the Waterhouse building, the Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum is one of the most magical places to be this winter.
Our professional, disability-aware ice marshals will be on hand to give advice and assistance to skaters.
A carer may accompany you and skate for free, with up to three additional skaters, who will need to buy tickets.
- these sessions have a maximum capacity of 35 wheelchair users
- wheelchairs and electric buggies are only allowed onto the ice during these dedicated sessions due to health and safety reasons.
To book tickets, call the Accessible Bookings Team on +44 (0)80 0988 4440 for UK customers and 0044 161 637 2697 for overseas customers.
The Cafe Bar has a bird's-eye view of the rink and is open daily until the Ice Rink closes. Non-skaters are welcome. There is a lift to the Café Bar and viewing platform from ground level.
To get to the Ice Rink from street level, you can use the ramp from the corner of Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road, or the ramp near the main Museum entrance on Cromwell Road.
|26 November 2017||09.00-10.00|
|30 November 2017||21.00-22.00|
|6 December 2017||13.00-14.00|
|2 January 2018||10.00-11.00|