Mamaroneck’s popular enclosed public skating facility offers public skating sessions throughout the week October through June.
Although the spectator area is (sort of) heated, dress warmly on the ice. Snow pants and gloves are a good idea, and so are layers for when you get moving. No outside food is permitted; a concession stand…Read More
Skate at a themed, dress up, immersive roller disco “dreamland.” Fabulous, retro inspired outfits encouraged.
Every Dreamland event is a different theme, from 90s hip-hop to Stranger Things, with retro DJs spinning hot dance floor grooves, an MC who narrates the spectacle as it unfolds, tons of rad, Instagram-able moments including a red carpet where…Read More
Brunch rinkside at this small glice rink outside a seasonal American restaurant located at Brooklyn’s oldest bar (built on 1890). Fabulous brunch features croissant sandwich with soft scrambled eggs, Belgian buttermilk waffle, build your own mimosa kits and creative donuts from nearby Brandon’s Donuts. Also take photos by a gorgeous floral arch.
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Enjoy a festive outdoor skating experience on a 5,000 square-foot ice skating rink Downtown Brooklyn in Brooklyn Commons Park.
Private lessons, semi-private lessons, and birthday parties available. Rent skate aids for $20.
Mon-Fri 2 – 8 pm
Sat-Sun 11 am–7 pm
Ice skate at a small outdoor rink in the public plaza situated of Manhattan West. Skate aids available for small beginners ($15-$18). Private instruction from Olympians Melissa Gregory and Denis Petukhov available.
Sessions are 1 hour and in designated time slots. Prices are higher on weekend & holidays.
Near sparkly Hudson Yards and a…Read More
Take a spin on the tarmac around the TWA Hotel’s 1958 Lockheed Constellation “Connie” airplane. Glide around to retro tunes at the only airport outdoor roller rink in the world in 50 minute skate sessions.
Also play in the colorful Twister room, see New-York Historical Society curated exhibitions celebrating TWA’s history and get drinks and…Read More