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New York ice skating rinks for the winter holidays

New York ice skating rinks for the winter holidays

If you enjoy ice skating, this might be a great activity during your trip to New York. Here’s a list of ice skating rinks along with some great tips.

Ice Rink at the Rockefeller Center

It’s one of the most notorious ice rinks in New York since it’s ideally located in the heart of Manhattan and at the foot of the Top of the Rock right below the Christmas tree. The great tip is to try to go around the Christmas holidays, and to skate hand in hand with your loved ones just like in the movies!!!

The ice skating rink opens in October 7 2017 and will be open everyday through April 7 2018.

The entrance is a bit pricey and the place is extremely popular. It’s best to come early in the afternoon and to avoid weekends:
- Adults: from $25 to $32
- Children under 11 and seniors: $15
- Skate rental: $12

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New York ice skating rinks for the winter holidays

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park

Open daily from October 28 until March 4 2018, the Bryant Park ice skating rink is great location, close by the Bryant Park Christmas market which you must visit during your stay.

The entrance is free but skate rentals cost $20.

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New York ice skating rinks for the winter holidays

Ice Skating in Central Park: Wollman Rink

The Central Park ice skating rink offers great surroundings to skate in music in the middle of the park surrounded by NYC’ skyscrapers. It’s one of the most practical spaces since it’s a very large ice rink.
And frankly, there’s nothing more romantic than to enjoy an ice skating session hand in hand with your loved one in the heart of the city!!! I’m sure you must have seen movies with that particular scene (often called girly movies!! :)). And so, this will be your chance to shine on that day :).

The rink opens on October 23rd until the beginning of April 2018:
- Monday & Tuesday: 10:00 am-2:30 pm
- Wednesday & Thursday: 10:00 am-10:00 pm
- Friday & Saturday: 10:00 am-11:00 pm
- Sunday: 10:00 am-9:00 pm

The entrance costs :
- Monday - Thursday
Adults: $12.00
Children: (11 and under) $6.00
Seniors: $5.00

- Friday - Sunday and Holidays
Adults: $19.00
Children: $6.00
Seniors: $9.00

- Skate Rentals: $9.00(tax incl.)

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New York ice skating rinks for the winter holidays

Seaport Ice Rink - TBC for 2017

It’s located in the south of Manhattan on Pier 17 of South Street Seaport (South Street and Fulton Street in lower Manhattan).

It’s open from November 15th until March 1st (TBC for 2016-2017):
- Monday - Thursday, 12pm - 9pm
- Friday, 12pm - 10pm
- Saturday, 10am - 10pm
- Sunday, 10am - 8pm

The admission is $10 and $6 for skate rentals.

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The Rink at Brookfield Place

Brookfield Place is a luxury mall located near the One World Observatory. The ice rink offers stunning vistas from the Hudson River!
It’s open from November 1 until March 1 2018:
- Monday - Friday, 1pm - 8.30pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 10.15am - 9.30pm

The admission is $15 (90 minutes) and $5 for skate rentals.

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Chelsea Piers Ice Skating

Chelsea Piers is the perfect spot for sports lovers. There's always something to practice: golf, tennis, baseball... And during winter, you can go ice skating!
It’s open from October 10 until December 2017:
- Monday, 1.30pm to 5pm,
- Tuesday and Thursday, 3pm to 5pm,
- Friday, 1.30pm - 3.50pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 1pm - 3.50pm
- Closed on Wednesday.

The admission is $11 and $6 for skate rentals.

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Other Ice Rinks in New York

These ice rinks are the most common in New York but you can also go to other places in New York City and its boroughs.
You can check the hours of operation and address on their websites.

  Ice rinks in Manhattan

  Ice rinks in Brooklyn

  Ice rinks in Queens

  Ice rinks in Staten Island

Map of the New York ice skating rinks

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1 response to the post : " New York ice skating rinks for the winter holidays "

  1. Daniel says:

    Thanks you so much for this info! it's so usefull 🙂

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