Set in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Queen’s House Ice Rink is a magical place to skate and makes for a perfect group outing. 

Our open-air rink is set in front of the majestic Queen’s House in the spacious grounds of Royal Museums Greenwich, which is based in Greenwich, south east London.  

The ice rink is open every day except Christmas Day from Thursday 18 November 2021 – Sunday 9 January 2022.  

We are offering youth and community groups a special 50% discount for a range of dates and sessions across the skating season. 

Two children skating at the Queen's House Ice Rink

Pricing  

For groups of 15+

Ticket type Adult price (aged 15+) Child price (aged 3-14)
Off peak £7.50 £4.25
Peak £8.50 £4.75
  • Visits are subject to availability. 
  • Skate aids are available to hire and are available to book subject to availability.


How to book 

1. Pick your session 

The 50% discount applies to the following dates and sessions: 

  • 18 Nov-9 Dec (Mon-Thu), 11am-9pm (last skate 8pm)

  • 13-16 Dec (Mon-Thu), 10am-7pm (last skate 6pm)

  • 4-9 Jan (Tue-Sun), 11am-9pm (last skate 8pm)

There is a one-off transaction fee of £2.95 per order. The booking fee goes towards our transaction and associated booking costs which applies for online and phone bookings. Booking fees are non-refundable at any time. This booking fee is flat rate and applies to the purchase of any number of e-tickets and ticket types.  

Payment will need to be made by card by calling 020 8312 6608. You must pay for your skating sessions before they begin. We can arrange for you to pay by BACS if requested.  

We do NOT send invoices or accept payment by cheques.  

 

2. Read the FAQs and T&Cs   

Please familiarise yourself with our FAQs and T&Cs so you are fully informed.

 

3. Complete the enquiry form 

Our bookings team have created a webform so you can supply the information we need from you and cut down on lots of emails. Our bookings team will take you through the booking process and can answer any questions you have.  

Book your session

 

4. Safeguarding and Risk Assessments  

There are different things to consider when it comes to keeping your students safe during a visit to the ice rink.   

You will need to complete your own risk assessments for your visit and bring the recommended number of supervising adults. All skaters skate at their own risk.   

Supervision  

You are legally responsible for your group at all times this includes on the ice and in the skate exchange. 

You are responsible for your group skating safely and that they are following any instructions given by our skate marshalls. 

Please note our skate marshalls are not skating teachers. They are on the ice to assist skaters and ensure safe use on the ice. 

If at any time the behaviour of your group is deemed unacceptable or inappropriate, staff at the rink will issue a warning and speak to the lead teacher. If the issue continues the skater will be asked to leave the ice.  

Adults providing one-to-one support for a group member should be counted separately, and there should be an appropriate number of other adults who are responsible for the rest of the group. So please ensure that you have sufficient staff with your group throughout the visit:  

KS1 – 1 adult per every 5 children (6 adults must accompany children on the ice per group of 32)   

KS2 – 1 adult to every 8 children (4 adults must accompany children on the ice per group of 32)   

KS3/KS4 - 1 adult to every 10 students (3 adults must accompany children on the ice per group of 32)  

Post-16 – 1 adult per 16 students (2 adults must accompany students on the ice per group of 32)  
  

5. Have fun!   

That is it, pretty easy right?  All that is left to do is enjoy your visit.