I have been to Sommerset House before a few years ago and it was pretty, but despite them advertising from £7.50 or whatever, it's £17 when you actually come to book (on a weekday...).
The Natural History Museum always looks a bit rubbish whenever I go past it. People going round in a circle, slowly.
We tried York once too, and that was utterly crap and overpriced as well.
Both my children can ice skate. They have their own boots. Why, why, why can I pay 5 euros each for them in a European city centre for them (not necessarily colder than the UK either) to have a lovely skating experience, and yet I can't recreate that for them in the UK?
Honestly, I'd rather just skate at my local rink than the Christmas open air one. I do love the Christmas music and all the stalls and atmosphere. But for actually skating I'd prefer my local rink. I still think that's too crowded, but then I used to get up and be on the ice at 5.45am at one point though so I'm stupid like that
Southampton has one for the first time this year; it’s in a new development between the old walls and the new eating places. Looks bigger than the Winchester one (which is the only one I can compare it with)