Here’s Where You Can Go Ice Skating in New York City

by Veronika Bondarenko — </div>
Indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks are now open across the city ahead of the winter season. <div> <img src=”” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″></div> It’s time to hit the ice.  As the weather continues to cool down, the city’s ice skating rinks are opening for business. Whether you’re a pro with your own skates or need to rent a pair, here are all the places in the city you can skate this winter. Jump to your borough by clicking here: ► MANHATTAN ► BROOKLYN ► QUEENS ► STATEN ISLAND MANHATTAN ► The Rink at Rockefeller Center, Rockefeller Plaza between 50th and 49th streets, Midtown Open: Now
Hours: Daily from 8:30 a.m. to midnight
Admission: Adults admission varies based on the day ($25 for standard days, $27 for holidays, and $32 for peak days); $15 for children under 11 and seniors;
Skate rental: $12. The city’s most iconic ice skating destination has tiered pricing. To get a deal, stop by during one of the discounted weekday times and get the added benefit of avoiding the crowds. Lessons are available for $50 and include 30 minutes of instruction and an additional 30 minutes of rink time. ► The Rink

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