Icescape @ The Tropicana get a BBC Radio Bristol Interview!
Icescape are excited to host an exciting winter wonderland-esque event this winter. Located in Weston-super-Mare, at the iconic Tropicana location which has sadly gone unused for many years. It will be back to its best, brilliantly decorated, and will contain many festively entertaining activities for all of the family to enjoy. The Operations Manager, Jamie Dann spoke on behalf of the company for the BBC Radio Bristol Interview on Monday morning. He discussed when tickets will go on sale and what will be available at the event. In case you missed it, check the clip at the end of this article as we've managed to get the whole interview with Emma Britton!
Icescape @ The Tropicana opens on the 3rd November and will close on the 7th January. Tickets go on sale very soon.
For all of the latest information on Icescape @ The Tropicana, visit www.icescape-tropicana.co.uk, and our Facebook and Twitter.
Proud to be the largest under cover winter ice rink in the UK. This ice rink will be able to have up to 500 people skating on the ice at any time! The covered rink means that everyone will be able to enjoy the real ice no matter what the weather is like.
Santa's Grotto & Igloo Bar
The spectacular Santa’s grotto is hidden within a North Pole themed igloo and children will get the chance to meet the man himself and take away a quality, individually wrapped gift. For the rest, there will be plenty of ice tables in the artic bar to rest your drink upon and pull up a bar stool!
There are plenty of other attractions too, from a giant snow slide which will be located at the back of the location, to a Christmas Carousel AND rollercoaster, Icescape @ The Tropicana should keep you entertained for a while.
Icescape @ The Tropicana has great links to the M5 and offers free parking for on-line bookings in a designated seafront car park. The train station only a 10-minute walk away and trains to Bristol Temple Meads run every half an hour ... it's a Winter event not to be missed
Listen to the BBC Radio Bristol interview with Jamie below: