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Winter Lodge Ice Skating - Tuesday 20th December
Winter Lodge Ice Skating Tickets
Ice skating sessions at The Winter Lodge in Candleriggs Square, Merchant City, Glasgow.
Why can I not buy tickets from the website on the day?
To ensure the rink doesn't get over-crowded we only sell tickets from one location at a time. Advance tickets are available here on the website until about 2am each day. Then you can buy tickets on the day from 9:30am at Winter Lodge when it opens.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Skaters must be aged 4 or over. Children are defined as under the age of 16. If a child does not have proof of age then it is at the discretion of the management whether a child or adult ticket is required.
Skating inately hazardous so vulnerable people must be accompanied by a responsible guardian. Also we only have ice skates in sizes from childrens to 14. You may bring and wear your own skates.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
There is limited storage space for shoes, bags, etc. whilst you are skating but please don't bring too much. Personal belongings are left at the owner's risk. Food and drink are not allowed onto the rink.
Full T&Cs and safety information
For more information please see our website.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please visit us at CandleRiggs Square in Merchant City or email us.
Please be aware that we have limited access to emails whilst the rink is open so it is better visit the Winter Lodge in person if you have any last minute questions.
Is my ticket transferrable?
You are not allowed to change the time of your session but you may buy tickets for someone else to use. If you are not going to be at Winter Lodge please register the ticket(s) in the name of someone who will be there just in case the ticket doesn't scan. You can change the name on a ticket by logging into Eventbrite.
Each ticket is an easily printable document that will be emailed to you. The name on the ticket is not checked against ID unless there is a problem scanning the ticket. Over 99% of tickets scan without an issue so If someone has a copy of your ticket they can claim your session. We cannot be held responsible for the security of your ticket any more than we would be responsible for you losing a traditional physical ticket. Please be careful.