NYC’s Rockefeller Center ice skating rink to open November 6th
Here’s how to get tickets to skate at NYC’s Rockefeller Center
The Rink at Rockefeller Center, among the most famous ice skating rinks in the world, will open for the 2021-2022 season next month.
The rink will open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 6. It will be open daily from 9 a.m. until midnight.
The skating rink is located in Manhattan between 49th and 50th streets and Fifth and Sixth avenues. And it is open during all weather conditions — including unseasonably warm temperatures!
Tickets for the rink at NYC’s Rockefeller Centerwent on sale on Thursday, Oct. 14. Skaters can purchase tickets in advance at www.skatingatrockcenter.com.
Admission prices range from $20 to $54 per person, depending on the date and time of day. Skate rentals are also available for $10, or guests can bring their own ice skates.
Skaters can also purchase a membership to have access to the rink and unlimited skating all season long.
Additionally, visitors have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of skating from professional instructors at this iconic location. Private lessons are offered for an additional $60, with a focus is on developing confidence and comfort on the ice.
Alternatively, Skate School is an option for those looking to be a part of an engaging group environment. These group lessons are hosted on select Saturday mornings. To book a lesson, please contact the rink through the website form.
Private events are also making a return this year.
Classic and private proposal packages are available for those who want to create a memorable moment on the ice. The packages can also be altered to meet the needs of other events, such as anniversaries, birthdays, or other special occasions. To arrange a special moment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rink at Rockefeller Center first opened on Christmas Day in 1936, and became a permanent fixture at the center in 1939. Throughout the years, the attraction has become a can’t-miss holiday destination for New Yorkers and visitors alike.
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