Set against the beautiful backdrop of Alfred Waterhouse’s Natural History Museum building, lined with trees filled with fairy lights and a magical Christmas tree at the centre of the ice, this truly is London’s most enchanting ice-rink.
Since launching in 2005, the ice rink has become a much-loved part of the capital’s winter scene, and it is returning this winter from 30 October 2014 – 4 January 2015.
For the second year running, Create Food and Party Design has teamed up with the Natural History Museum to deliver the catering at the seasonal pop-up café bar overlooking the ice rink. As one of the best festive pop-ups in the capital, it’s the perfect place to warm yourself up after your time on the ice. Visitors can enjoy bespoke winter cocktails, mulled wine or maybe just a hot chocolate, all whilst surveying the ice down below.
Unforgettable skating, a relaxed atmosphere and a breathtaking setting make the Natural History Museum’s Ice Rink the perfect place for entertaining colleagues, clients or friends this winter. It is a unique way to enjoy a superb evening’s entertainment.
This year Create Food and Party Design has devised a host of packages to suit every budget. For more information on these packages and the café bar please contact Lauren Haigh at Create Food and Party Design.