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Best Budget Activities in London

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The Ally Pally ice rink in Alexandra Park still remains a firm favorite with north London residents. The ice rink has a total capacity of 1250 people and skating instruction is available. Haringey Greyhounds Ice Hockey Club use the international-sized venue as their home ground.

The Ice Rink at Somerset House is a grandiose arena frequented by local skating enthusiasts as well as tourists to the city looking to enjoy the sport. Eclectic beats are spun by popular DJs during special events and club nights, that make the perfect background score to an alluring experience. The iconic building is well-lit and is enhanced by the illuminated rink painting an enchanting picture. Check website for timings and other details.

Hackney City Farm is located adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for children. The emphasis is on giving people the chance to see a real working farm in the city center, so don't expect a mini-petting zoo. Animals on the farm include cows, pigs, rabbits, poultry, and everything else you'd expect to find on a domestic farm. You can't feed the animals, but your tots will love the chance to get close to real live farmyard friends. There are paddocks and gardens for adults to stroll. The farm also runs pottery and upholstery classes in addition to a summer play scheme.

The Canary Wharf Ice Rink in London blooms with the city's ice skaters. The rink is large in size, located at Canada Square Park and is surrounded by the magnificent Canary Wharf Towers. Come here in winter from November to February and experience the festive atmosphere. Open all days of the week; Christmas time at the rink is all about food, drinks and skating. Many school programs are hosted here during this time. You can also take skating lessons. Call on +44 844 847 1556 for ticket bookings.

A day at Chessington World of Adventures is a great family outing. The amusement park portion of Chessington World has great rides and attractions. From kiddie rides and carousels to scary roller coasters like the Vampire, the park is full of adventures. The park is divided into nine areas with different themes. From Egypt, Arabia, Bavaria to Mexicana, the park showcases a varied range of cultures and settings. The park also features a zoo and a hotel for people who wish to spend a few more days here. Check the website for further information.

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