It’s getting really cold outside, and that means we get to bundle up in our favorite winter wears and enjoy winter things like hot chocolate, snowballs, and of course ice skating. These are the best places where you can go ice skating in Philadelphia.
Blue Cross RiverRink has been a winter tradition for Philadelphia locals and visitors for 25 years. From November through March, it’s world-class outdoor ice skating rink by the Delaware River is open for business.
Blue Cross RiverRink. 101 S Christopher Columbus Blvd.
The Rothman Ice Rink is an outdoor ice skating attraction on Philadelphia’s Dilworth Park neighborhood. Open from early November through February, the rink is open to all ages, and it offers skating lessons.
Rothman Institute Ice Rink. 1 S 15th St.
Rizzo Rink has been open since late November and it offers public skating every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Admission here is free, and skate rentals are just four dollars per pair.
Rizzo Rink. 1001 S Front St.
Tarken Ice Rink is an indoor facility located at the Tarken Recreation Center. This is a popular place for local children to learn ice skating, and ice sports like hockey and figure skating. It also hosts public skating hours throughout the week.
Tarken Ice Rink. 6250 Frontenac St.
The Flyer’s Skate Zone is one of the most well known ice skating rinks in Philadelphia. Come here for public skating hours, skating lessons, hockey lessons and enjoyable events like the annual Edges Holiday Show.
Jefferson Health Flyers Skate Zone. 3200, 10990 Decatur Rd.