Swansea’s Waterfront Winterland Returns to Museum Park for 2022

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It’s that time of year again, the temperatures are dropping, the nights are drawing in  and Swansea’s Waterfront Winterland is back for 2022, as Museum Park once again transforms into a festive wonderland.

Brand new for 2022, students and families can buy site wristbands, offering substantial savings on their experience.

The student package includes skating, an adult meal and choice of beer, small wine, or mulled wine, with a total saving of £6.

The family package offers two adults and two children, or one adult and three children, a saving of £18 on skating for four, one or two adult meals, one or two adult drinks, and two or three children’s meals, with drinks included.

The popular Alpine Village will return with its extended seating area for visitors to enjoy festive food and drink, socialise, and soak up the live entertainment.

Skaters can experience a wonderland on ice, as they glide across the covered rink and along the ice walk as it meanders through Museum Park’s trees.

Organiser Norman Sayers said: “We’re delighted to be back and particularly excited about our new site wristbands offering savings to visitors as we enter this cost of living crisis.

“With our improved and extended 2021 layout returning this year, we’re looking forward to welcoming visitors back and providing that all important festive cheer.”

Swansea Council cabinet member Robert Francis-Davies said: “We plan another exciting Christmas for the people of Swansea including the free annual city centre parade – full details will be announced soon.

“It’s great to welcome back Norman Sayers to host Swansea’s Waterfront Winterland again and we’re happy that he’s introduced new offers that take into account the cost of living crisis”.

Swansea’s Waterfront Winterland will be open from November 8. Tickets for the ice rink are on sale at https://swanseawaterfrontwinterland.cymru/buy-tickets/

Accessible sessions for skating will be during the first hour of skate sessions every Tuesday.

Traditionally, spaces for skating sessions sell out fast, especially weekend slots. It’s recommended to pre-book ice-skating tickets to avoid disappointment. General admission into Museum Park is free.