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.
You can also get to the Ice Rink using the stairs from the underground tunnel that links the Museum to South Kensington Underground Station, but there is no ramp from the underground tunnel to the Ice Rink.
There is a lift to the Café Bar and viewing platform from ground level. Please note, for health and safety reasons we can accommodate 4 wheelchairs in the Café Bar at a time. However, if enough members of staff are available to assist in the event of an evacuation, 5 wheelchairs are allowed.
We run a number of sessions for wheelchair users throughout the season.
You can only take wheelchairs and electric buggies onto the ice during these dedicated sessions due to health and safety reasons.
Wheelchair sessions this year will take place on:
To book tickets, call the dedicated Ticketmaster booking line for wheelchair sessions on +44 (0)844 847 1655.
Ice skating inevitably brings some risks to those participating and we want to minimise any risks to skaters.
To help you skate safely, skating safety advice and tips are displayed at the Ice Rink. Please make sure you read this information when you arrive.
For more information about getting to the Museum and how to get around once you are here, please view our Access guide.