Tickets now on sale for Weston-super-Mare’s Icescape

PUBLISHED: 13:00 14 September 2017

Icescape will be at the Tropicana from November until January. Picture: Icescape

Icescape will be at the Tropicana from November until January. Picture: Icescape

Icescape

Tickets are now on sale to Weston-super-Mare’s winter wonderland and ice rink.

Icescape will take over the Tropicana with the UK’s largest ice rink, a Santa’s grotto, a giant snow slide and igloo bar for two months.

Guests will also be able to get into the festival spirit with food stalls and a fairytale carousel.

Icescape will be at the Tropicana from November until January. Picture: IcescapeIcescape will be at the Tropicana from November until January. Picture: Icescape

The Mercury revealed in August how Icescape would be operating a 500-capacity ice rink at the Tropicana, in Marine Parade, from November 3 through to January 7.

MORE: What to expect at Weston-super-Mare’s Icescape.

The rink will be covered with a fairy-light marquee canopy which will mean you can enjoy the attraction whatever the weather.

The business has also revealed it will be holding free sessions in November for schools in the area.

Sessions will run hourly from 10am until 10pm each day, except Christmas Day.

Tickets, priced £5-8.50, are available from the Icescape website.

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