Ice Rink Canary Wharf has teamed up with The Wharf to offer readers the chance to get out on their blades for nothing.

Featuring the only skate path in London – with twinkling fairy lights guiding skaters around in the shadow the estate’s towers – the attraction is one of London’s largest rinks.

In addition the pop-up bar and artisan kitchen of The Tasting Room is an ideal spot for a festive mulled wine or warming fondue.

Also on the menu are charcuterie boards, deli-style sandwiches and winter cocktails.

The venue is available for private hire and corporate events for up to 200 people.

For those who want to enjoy a spot of Christmas shopping, Canary Wharf offers three hours free parking at weekends and bank holidays when visitors spend £10 at the ice rink.

The rink is open seven days a week, for 10 hours each day.

It will be closed on Christmas Day but is open until February 27.

But skating alone is not much fun so we’re offering readers the chance to win a session for six by answering this simple question: Where is the only skate path in London?

a) Somerset House

b) Canary Wharf

c) Billingsgate Fish Market

Email your entry to with Ice Rink Competition in the subject line of the message or your entry will not be processed.

Entrants must also include their name, address and contact details. The closing date for entries is December 10.

Tickets must be redeemed before February 27, 2016. The prize has no cash value.

Tickets include standard adult and child tickets only. All children must be accompanied on the ice by an adult. Subject to availability.

  • If you’re not lucky enough to win you can still get 20% off on weekdays in the first two weeks of December via this web page by using discount code THEWHARF the discount applies to full price adult and child tickets booked in advance only. Subject to availability until December 18, 2015.