Natural History Museum Ice Rink
Step-free access to the Ice Rink
To get to the Ice Rink from street level, you can use the ramp from the corner of Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road, or the ramp near the main Museum entrance on Cromwell Road.
You can also reach the Ice Rink using the stairs from the underground tunnel that links the Museum to South Kensington Underground Station, but there is no ramp from the underground tunnel to the Ice Rink.
Step-free access to the Café Bar and viewing platform
There is a lift to the Café Bar and viewing platform from ground level.
Accessible skate sessions
We run a number of quieter sessions throughout the season which are suitable for all skaters with additional needs, including wheelchair users. Visit our What's on
Disability personal assistants
A disability personal assistant may accompany you and skate for free.
Safety at the Ice Rink
Ice skating inevitably comes with some risks and we want to minimise any such risks to skaters.
To help you skate safely, advice and tips are displayed at the Ice Rink. Please make sure you read these when you arrive.
General information about accessibility at the Museum
The Ice Rink is located on the Museum's East Lawn, where Cromwell Road meets Exhibition Road.
For more information about getting to the Museum and how to get around once you are here, please view our Access page.