Come ice skating at Swansea's Waterfront Winterland from 15 November to 5 January!
Swansea's very own winter wonderland is back from 15 November - 5 January, with all the magic of the festive season right in the heart of the city. Lighting up the skyline this year is the amazing Sky Ride along with some brand new festive funfair rides. Ice skating is still top of the bill with two fantastic outdoor ice rinks – the Admiral Rink and a children's rink plus Santa's Grotto and an indoor café – all the ingredients for a perfect day out!
Waterfront Winterland is supported by Admiral, Toys R Us, Chiquitos and the Wave and Swansea Sound. For full information visit www.swanseachristmas.com
Waterfront Winterland opening times
For your safety, CCTV is in operation at Waterfront Winterland.
Ice Skating Tickets
Tickets are available to buy from Swansea Tourist Information Centre in person or on 01792 468321 and at the Skate House in Waterfront Winterland. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Alternatively, you can buy your tickets online (a small booking free applies).
If you're looking for the perfect Christmas present, Waterfront Winterland ice skating gift vouchers can also be purchased from the Swansea TIC.
All tickets are non-refundable.
School bookings and group bookings can also be purchased online.
Information for disabled visitors to Waterfront Winterland
Access to the Waterfront Winterland site is free via prominent entry points. Public areas are tracked and raised areas are ramped. Ice skating and attractions are charged for at the advertised rates on www.swanseachristmas.com.
More stable double bladed 'Bob' skates are also available and stabilizer aids are available for younger visitors - the stabilizer is a model penguin with handles and a sturdy base.
Special grip shoe covers which have purchase on the ice are available for both carers/personal assistants and disabled visitors.
Wherever possible, arrangements to access various funfair rides will be made. Please make enquiries at the main token booth.
Toilets and changing
An accessible toilet and Changing Places Facility are also available at the National Waterfront Museum and LC nearby during opening hours.
Follow brown signs for National Waterfront Museum. There is a large signposted car park alongside the facility.
Alternatively catch the accessible FTR from High Street Station to the bus terminus at the Quadrant.
From Swansea's main bus terminus (Quadrant) follow signs for Maritime Quarter and National Waterfront Museum and look for the Big Wheel.
Find more travel information at www.traveline-cymru.info or ring 0871 200 22 33.