So you have reached this point in your family holiday to London; you have seen all the sights, visited all the “must see” attractions and soaked up the charm of the multicultural melting pot that is the British capital. But the kids want to do more “fun” stuff. Sometimes museums, galleries and old castles just do not cut it with the young ones who also want something different. Come to think of it, this applies to grownups too! So if you are in London looking for a fun place to take the kids, then consider some fun on the ice!
The Queens Ice & Bowl in Bayswater offers exactly what it promises, ice skating and bowling. It is open the whole year through so no matter when you visit you can stop by. An ideal option would be to stay at hotels Bayswater London has to offer near this site such as Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel which is an option worth considering.
Once accommodation is sorted, it is time to hit the ice! The rink which is relatively large not only offers the perfect surface to twirl & swirl and slip & slide but also has some great additional features as well such as lighting effects that lend something ‘extra’ to the skating experience. Even if you have never skated on ice before, have no fear cause this a great place to learn. Skating lessons are available, and there is nothing like that first time experience of realising that you are gliding on ice on two thin blades.
If ice skating is not your thing or you want to try something else, there is always the ten-pin bowling alley where you can bowl strikes, splits and gutter-balls to your heart’s content. There are a dozen lanes here and it makes for a fun activity for all even if you have not tried it before; spice things up a bit by having a parent vs kids bowling game which is sure to get competitive!
Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.