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Things to do in London: Enjoy yourself at Queen’s Ice & Bowl
Published: Wednesday 24th of October 2012
Those who have been before testify that with the number of London attractions available, there is never a dull moment.
For those who enjoy the classic combo of ice skating and bowling, then visiting Queen’s Ice & Bowl is a must for a couple of hours of fun and games.
It is ideal for those with kids in tow because it offers not just bowling and ice skating, but also plenty of classic arcade-style video games too, meaning they can keep themselves occupied, for a short while at least.
For parents who don't fancy pulling on their ice skates or bowling shoes, there is a bar and café too. So mums and dads can grab a coffee and a bite to eat before heading back out to explore the further delights of London town.
Located in the Westminster area of the city, you are just a short distance away from attractions such as Hyde Park and Kensington Palace.
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