Embrace the festive cheer at the North Pole Cambridge Christmas Festival in Parkers Piece Park

PUBLISHED: 10:11 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:36 21 November 2017

Get your skates on this winter and enjoy one of the UK�s most stylish open-air ice rinks nestled amongst the trees in Parkers Piece Park in the heart of Cambridge

Get your skates on this winter and enjoy one of the UK�s most stylish open-air ice rinks nestled amongst the trees in Parkers Piece Park in the heart of Cambridge

North Pole Cambridge

This winter, Cambridge is proud to be hosting its very own winter festival promising more festive fun then you can shake a candy cane at!

The festival is open daily until January 8 2018 and celebrates the traditions and entertainments that make the season so special.

This year the popular attraction will focus on a relaxed festival atmosphere to encourage more people to chill out and enjoy all it has to offer throughout the festive period and celebrate this magical season.

Cold play

Slide down helter-skelter or ride the merry-go-round at The North Pole attraction in Cambridge Slide down helter-skelter or ride the merry-go-round at The North Pole attraction in Cambridge

From the thrills of skating in style across the glistening outdoor ice rink to the festive Fun Fair, with exciting rides from dodgems to the roller coaster, it’s an ideal opportunity to meet up with friends and family over the festive period; host your office party with a difference; or even treat someone special to a skate date.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to have a special souvenir photograph to capture the festive moment.

Families are welcome and can enjoy all the fun of the fair in the special children’s zone together with special Mamas and Papas events, giving younger families the chance to learn new skating skills during the day.

Get your skates on this winter and enjoy one of the UK’s most stylish open-air ice rinks nestled amongst the trees in Parkers Piece Park in the heart of Cambridge Get your skates on this winter and enjoy one of the UK’s most stylish open-air ice rinks nestled amongst the trees in Parkers Piece Park in the heart of Cambridge

Festive fare

To warm up after a night out at the festival, the North Pole’s cosy Alpine Lodge bar serves up a tempting range of drinks from warming Glühwein to chilled beer. A festive selection of authentic pop-up food stalls will also be at the festival, selling tasty treats from crepes to churros and no winter festival is complete without an authentic German Swing Grill.

So, make sure you get your festive jumpers, winter beanies and woolly gloves on and skate down to the North Pole Cambridge Festival.

Make sure to grab your tickets early as popular skate time slots are filling fast.

A festive selection of authentic pop-up food stalls will also be at the festival A festive selection of authentic pop-up food stalls will also be at the festival

Book your tickets here.



Ice Rink opening times

• Monday – Friday: 12pm – 8pm (last skate) – Close 9pm

• Saturday and Sunday: 11am – 8pm (last skate) – Close 9pm

• Christmas Day – CLOSED

• From Monday December 18 Ice rink open from 11am every day

Prices

Adult (16+) - £11.50

Teenagers (13-15) - £10.50

Children (3–12) £9.50

All children must be accompanied by an adult

Concessions - £10.50

Student (Must present valid NUS card) - £10.50

Jobseeker Concession – Must present proof of eligibility - - £10.50

OAP – 65+ (Must present valid ID) - - £10.50

Family Tickets (1 adult + 3 children / 2 adults + 2 children) - £36.00

Where can I find The North Pole Cambridge?

Address: Parker’s Piece, Parkside, Cambridge, CB2 1AA

If you’re coming into Cambridge travelling to and from The North Pole couldn’t be easier. Cambridge Railway Station provides great links to and from Cambridge, the surrounding areas and is easily connected to London.

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