Getting to Icescape Warrington in Golden Square
This winter, Icescape Warrington will be bringing a magical festive ice rink to Golden Square for all to enjoy. Icescape Warrington is located in the Old Market Place outside the Golden Square Shopping Centre. The historic iron-framed Fish Market, where the ice rink is situated, was built in 1873 and is a Grade II listed building.
We recommend using public transport to get to the event. Warrington Central is only a few minutes’ walk away and there are plenty of buses that take you right into the centre.
Travelling by car
The best postcode for your sat nav is WA1 1UZ (Travelodge), which is located on the corner of Legh Street and Midland Way. From there you can’t miss us!
From the M56
Take Junction 10 and follow the A49 towards Warrington. Follow signs for the town centre and then for Golden Square car park.
From the M6
Take Junction 21 and follow the A57 (Manchester Road) to Warrington. Follow signs for the town centre and then for Golden Square car park.
From the M62
Take Junction 9 and follow the A49 to Warrington. Follow signs for the town centre and then for Golden Square car park.
Details on parking can be found here .
Travelling by train
Warrington Central Station
Warrington Central station is just two minutes’ walk from Golden Square and serves a wide range of destinations. Trains from Liverpool and Manchester are four times per hour and local stations including Birchwood and Padgate are also on the line.
Bank Quay Station
Bank Quay railway station is ten minutes’ walk from Golden Square and is on the Intercity West Coast Line with connections to Crewe, Wigan and Preston as well as further afield.
To plan your rail journey to and from Golden Square please search using the National Rail Enquiries timetable here .
Travelling by bus
All town centre buses take you right into the centre so you can just hop off and start to shop!
For a comprehensive list of buses and bus route maps click here.
Travelling by bicycle
If you’re brave enough to take on the British winter by bike, we salute you! To find out more information and for cycling maps of Warrington, please visit the Warrington Borough Council Cycling Page.