Natural History Museum Ice Rink
5 locals recommend ·
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The Natural History Museum’s tree has become a firm favourite in London, and thousands enjoy skidding around it every year.
Set against the backdrop of the Waterhouse building, the Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum is one of the most magical places to be in London during the winter!
Natural history museum is an amazing experience. From the building architecture itself to the whale hanging from the roof in the main entrance hall to the dinosaurs to all the rocks.
One of the many but one of the most magical ice rink this winter in front of Natural History Museum. Amazing
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