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Alexandra Palace Ice Rink
Written by Arundhati Toshniwal on December 31, 2021 Share on

Alexandra Palace Ice Rink – Ice Skating London!

One of the most ideal winter activities where you can skate all your worries away! The Alexandra Palace Ice Rink invites you to have fun and amazing ice skating sessions. The ice rink is located in Victorian East Hall in London, United Kingdom. The Alexandra Palace is itself a stunning monument where you can enjoy multiple activities such as ice disco, ice hockey or ice skating sessions at the ice rink. Spend your day as you spin, hop, and twirl on your heels. Ice skating is so much fun and is much more than just gliding on a frozen surface. This place also provides activities such as boating, visiting farmer’s markets, skating, playing area for children, garden area and so much more.

Alexandra Palace offers a safe and friendly environment in the ice rink. The place has experts and professional coaches to guide you. A session at the rink will make you discover your hidden talents. It allows you to learn, improve, enjoy and have fun in a very good atmosphere. The place also has an ice café and bar where you can take a break.

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Safety and Security at Alexandra Palace Ice Rink

At Alexandra Palace, the top priority is customer safety and security. It provides the best experience possible to the customers and keeps reviewing the audience safety and security measures. There are many security measures implemented all around the palace. Take extra care of your personal belongings at the time of concerts at the palace as large crowds can cause a mess. Also, if you are not feeling comfortable due to someone or something or if you see something that does not seem right, you can tell any security member freely.

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Basic Information of Alexandra Palace Ice Rink


  • Wednesday: 10:30 am – 5:30 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Remaining Days: 11:00 am – 5:30 pm

How to get there

  • Address – Alexandra Palace, London N22 7AY, United Kingdom
  • By Bus: The W3 bus, from Finsbury Park and Tottenham. It reaches Alexandra Palace Ice Rink or Alexandra Palace Palm Court.
  • By Tube: Wood Green (the nearest underground station) on the Piccadilly Line.

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Alexandra Palace Ice Rink
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  • Just after your purchase, your voucher will be emailed to you.
  • At the time of the ticket redemption, carry a valid photo identity card.
  • Try to be on time or at least 10-15 minutes before the scheduled time in order to avoid any delay.
  • Tickets are valid for the date and time selected by you at the time of booking.

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  • With each ticket, you will get a skate but still, you can bring your own skates too.
  • Dress Code – warm clothes, thick socks, gloves.
  • Carry valid identity proof.
  • It provides a safe and friendly environment to the visitors.
  • Wear a face mask, but can take off at the time of ice skating.
  • Sanitize your hands very well.
  • Changing rooms are closed due to covid19 and to support social distancing.
  • Lockers and cloakrooms are unavailable due to corona and to support social distancing.

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Alexandra Palace Ice Rink
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Ice skating is one of the most ideal winter activities where you can skate all your worries away! The ice rink at Alexandra Palace in London provides the best facilities for visitors. Do not forget to mention ice-skating into your itinerary this time you visit London. You can also check out Pickyourtrail for the best prices on London tour packages. Here, customise your London itinerary on your own at your terms and conditions. 

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