Chanukah on Ice with tribe

Chanukah on Ice 2013

Tribe is returning to the Tower of London, the home of the crown jewels, for a chance for you to show off your moves and sparkle.

Come and join us for this amazing event which is followed by Chanukah lighting and great festive treats.

Ice skating will be happening in two sessions this year with a break in between for candle lighting, please select your time slot when booking.

 

Place: Tower of London EC3N 4AB

Nearest Station: Tower Hill Underground

Ice Skating Time Slots: 4.00pm-5.pm and 6.30pm-7.30pm

Candle lighting 5.30pm-6.00pm

Price: £10 Child, £12 Adult, £34 Family (4 people, at least 1 adult)

 

Please arrive at least 20 minutes before your skating session – you will need to be checked in and get your skates!

Please note that anyone under the age of 12 must be accompanied on the ice, please make sure when purchasing a ticket for anyone under the age of 12 that an adult ticket is also purchased.

Tickets must be purchased for anyone skating on the ice.

You will need to be logged in as the child you are buying a ticket for- to purchase tickets for this event. (Your child must a registered Tribe member).

Please book here or call Tribe for further information on 020 8343 5656.

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