The organisers of the much-loved winter festival, Elfingrove, have announced that it will extend its dates for 2022 going into 2023 and bring more fun to Glasgow. Events firm itison are excited to stay for even longer this winter season with the magical outdoor skating experience taking place along the banks of the River Kelvin on Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum grounds.
The UK’s biggest ice rink is officially staying for longer, giving weegies a chance to visit the ever-so-popular festive event. The experience will now run until January 8, and you can book your tickets for the new dates today, December 7, from 7:30am.
This year, itison made Elfingrove bigger and snowier than before and according to reviews, the experience has achieved tremendous success. Secret Glasgow readers also showed immense excitement for the event, as well as gaining traction from attendees praising the event for its UK’s largest ice rink.
The ice rink in question has a dedicated spectator area, its Snow Wheel with views across Glasgow, as well as bookable Skate-Side-Dining, an Apres Skate Bar and Candyland for foodies.
The Elfingrove ice rink is fully covered with a see-through roof to marvel at the stunningly lit museum as well as an unbelievable light display during the festive period. Also, after the 60-minute experience of doing laps around the massive ice rink, visitors can take a well-earned rest and cosy up with hot chocolate and mallows at Elfingrove’s Candyland.
On December 7 from 7:30pm you can get your tickets for the new Elfingrove dates here.