So how can we grab tickets to ice skate at the Natural History Museum and when did it open?
When is the ice rink open?
The National History Museum's ice rink is open NOW.
It opened on October 25, and will stay open until January 20, which is good news for those who can't get enough.
It will however, be closed on Christmas Day.
You'll be able to get your skates on from 10am until 9pm most days, although they do warn on the website that times can vary.
What can you expect?
As well as the gorgeous magical ice rink which is surrounded by fairy-lights and frost-topped trees, there are other bits to do at the museum.
The Cafe Bar is open the same hours as the ice rink and overlooks all the fun going on outside.
You can pop in there for some mulled wine or hot chocolate, or even a bite to eat.
How can you get tickets?
Tickets are available to purchase on Ticketmaster, and they're on sale now.
Adults can grab tickets from £12.65, children from £8.80 and families from £39.60
Those who are members of the museum can save 10 per cent.
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