The Ice Skating Rinks You Need to Skate In NYC This Winter.
The ice skating rinks you need to skate in NYC this winter.
It’s finally cold enough to warm up a cup of hot cocoa, and bring out your old ice skates. Check out these NYC ice rinks that are perfect for ice skating with friends or for enjoying a romantic date night. No matter the season, you can always find things to do in NYC on our blog.
Winter Village at Bryant Park Ice Rink
Ice Skating in Bryant Park Winter Village, come to skate, eat, shop.
This annual event is put on by Bank of America and features beautiful little boutique shops, and a large ice rink. Plus, if you bring your own skates you get to skate for free! After skating be sure to browse the Winter Village for over 125 shops and buy eco-friendly holiday gifts for you or loved ones.
Ice Skating at Rockefeller Center
Who wouldn't want to ice skate with a view of the stunning Rockefeller tree.
This is the classic New York ice skating rink. When you think of winter or christmas, what comes to mind but Rockefeller Center. Come for ice skating and stay for the views. There’s nothing more magical than ice skating with the breathtaking rockefeller tree in the background glittering with 50,000 LED lights, the merry people, and being in the heart of NYC.
Sky Ice Rink by Chelsea Piers
Chelsea Piers Ice Skating is open year round and is perfect for classes in figure skating, hockey, or general ice skating.
This ice skating rink is open year round, so no need to wait till it gets cold. Open since 1969, Chelsea Sky Rink offers classes in figure skating, general skating, and hockey. A great place to bring the kids as it features a twin-rink giving you an enormous space to explore. Of course while the children are skating, there’s all of Chelsea for you to explore too. See our guide to Chelsea.
LeFrak Center at Lakeside Prospect Park
Beautiful indoor/outdoor rink at Prospect Park LeFrak Center
Prospect Park has been the secret park for New Yorkers that want to escape the bustle of Central Park. Here you can skate from 11:30 to 9pm on Saturdays and enjoy beautiful views. They host creative and exciting events like Art in The Park where art installations are placed throughout the Prospect Park and are interactive with the guests. See other great art galleries in NYC to check out this season.
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