JW3 On Ice

JW3 On Ice

JW3 Ice Rink is open from Sunday 4th December 2017 until Sunday 14th January 2018, early booking is advisable.

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Sunday 3rd December 2017 – Sunday 14th January 2018

Come skate on North West London’s winter ice rink, in the Piazza at JW3.

Whether you’re a complete newbie or you know your Double Lutz from your Triple Salchow, it’s a wonderful day out with family, friends or a special someone.

As well as the skating area, Zest café is open to all visitors (including non-skaters), so come and warm up with a full range of tasty food and refreshments.

Opening times and ticket prices vary.

A limited number of penguin stabilisers and banana toboggans are available to hire, please pre-book to ensure availability during your session.

You can also buy tickets in person at the Ice Rink box office from 11th December at JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road, London, NW3 6ET.

The Ice Rink is open come rain or shine. Please dress according to the weather conditions on the day. You are advised to wear gloves to protect your hands from the cold, and to help to minimise injuries in the event of falling on the ice. Climatic conditions may cause a layer of water on the ice surface, this will not affect your skating and does not make it unsafe to skate. Although you may get wet if you fall over!

All children aged 9 and under must be accompanied on the ice by an adult.
All children aged 10-12 must be accompanied by an adult, although the adult need not be skating.
Maximum of 5 children per adult.

Available skate sizes are: 3-12 UK for adults and 9-14 UK for children.

Please note that as this event is sold through Ticketmaster, JW3 Membership discounts are not available for the “JW3 On Ice” Ice Skating Rink.

 

Opening Times

There will be ten sessions per day Sunday through Thursday, three sessions on a Friday and two on Saturday evenings. Open Christmas Day*, Boxing Day* and New Year’s Day*.

  • Buggy park
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Feeding room

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