Make this a winter one to remember with a trip to Broadgate Ice Rink near Liverpool Street Station! Get your skates on and add a little magic to your London adventure with a glide under the stars. This rink is perfect for newcomers, families, children, and pros alike. So, during your next stay at The Montcalm Royal London House, why not take yourself down to Liverpool Street for a whimsical ice skating session? Want to learn how to skate? Broadgate Ice Rink is a fantastic place to get skating lessons. And if you’re a huge fan of skating you could get yourself a season ticket – meaning nonstop winter fun all season long!
The closet tube stop to Broadgate Ice Rink is Liverpool Street station, which has connections to the Central Line, Metropolitan line and Circle, Hammersmith & City Line.
Moorgate station is also extremely close and is connected to the Northern Line, Circle Hammersmith & City line and the Metropolitan line. From Moorgate station it’s a 9 minute walk to Broadgate Ice Rink.
Broadgate Circle (which is only moments away from Broadgate Ice Rink) is a magical Winter Terrace that offers everything from hot chocolate, snug blankets and cute market stalls. When visiting Broadgate Circle, make sure to take advantage of their special skate-and-dine offers! Offers include bubbly and platters alongside a glide on the ice.
Broadgate is home to over 60 shops, restaurants and bars. Check out their website for more information!
Nearby Eating Places
Broadgate Circle is also home to some of the best restaurants in London, including Shoryu Ramen, Jose Pizarro and Franco Manca. Take advantage of the cozy blankets and warm heaters on offer and enjoy the sights and sounds of London during the winter as you dine. Gorgeous cuisine with a gorgeous view – what more could you ask for?
Broadgate has become an eclectic canvas for British and international artists. Around every corner you’ll find beautiful sculptures and installations – which one is your favourite? Find Venus reclining lavishly in the centre of Broadgate created by famous artist Botero. Her bronze curves are a wonder to behold. Or take a trip to the future with Finsbury Avenue’s light up floor installation; the geometric light displays make for a visual feast!
Broadgate is full of London attractions that will excite and inspire. What are you waiting for? Get yourself down there!
Spitalfields Market – Not only is this one of London’s oldest markets (open for 350 years) brimming with cute and quirky stalls, but it is also a creative hub and a historical landmark.
Finsbury Square Garden – Since 1777, this park has been an oasis of peace and serenity in the heart of London’s cityscape. Perfect for lazy-day strolls and total relaxation.