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Hampton Court Palace Ice RinkUntil Jan 9 2011, Hampton Court PalaceSet in front of Henry VIII's picturesque pad, this 900-metre-square rink has space for 250 skaters. Sessions last an hour, and the adjacent café serves hot drinks to counteract exposure to the elements.
London Eye Ice RinkUntil Jan 5 2011, London EyeThose planning a flight on the London Eye this winter can also book a 45-minute skating session on the 300-metre-square 'Eye-Skating' rink in Jubilee Gardens. There are a number of packages available.
Natural History Museum Ice RinkCritics' ChoiceUntil Jan 9 2011, Natural History MuseumGaze up at Alfred Waterhouse's stunning Natural History Museum from the 1,000-metre-square outdoor ice rink, or the smaller rink for children. Spectators can take in the scene with a hot chocolate or mulled wine.
Somerset House Ice RinkUntil Jan 23 2011, Somerset HouseThe grand eighteenth-century courtyard at Somerset House provides this 900-metre-square rink with one of the most impressive skating backdrops in town. The skate school offers lessons for beginners.
Tower of London Ice RinkUntil Jan 9 2011, Tower of LondonOffering a grand historical setting for seasonal skating sessions, the rink in the dry moat features views of London's ancient fortress. Ice guides are available for supervised group skating.
Westfield London Ice RinkUntil Jan 2 2011, Westfield LondonWestfield's atrium is home to a 450-metre-square ice rink with a capacity of 150 skaters.