If woolly mammoths had mastered the triple Lutz, they would've made it out of the Ice Age and into the Bronze Age, if not the Silver or Gold Age. Ensure your long-term survival with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 a skating-lesson package for one (up to $295 value)
- $47 for a skating-lesson package for two (up to $590 value)
Each package includes the following: * Four weeks of beginner ice-skating group lessons for children or adults * Skate rental on each day of lessons * Unlimited admission to public skating throughout the four weeks (does not include skate rental)
For lessons, skaters can enroll for Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday meeting times. Each 30-minute, weekly lesson helps students build their confidence on the ice by teaching maneuvering basics and balance, which they can further practice during unlimited open-skate sessions during the four weeks. Students can choose one of the following start weeks: March 25, May 20, July 22, or September 16.
ICE at The Parks
Happy shouts and gliding blades echo in the cool air during public sessions, parties, competitions, and lessons with ICE at The Parks. On the regulation-size NHL rink, guests can glide between skaters and ambitious Zambonis practicing slap shots. The rink opens out onto The Parks at Arlington, allowing pleasantly tired guests to rejuvenate among shops, restaurants, and a classic carousel. ICE at The Parks also maintains an onsite shop for sharpening skates and equipping visitors with necessities such as figure-skating dresses and puck repellent.
96% of 1,098 customers recommend
“Be sure to check the rink schedule for the public skate times before arriving so you can maximize your time on the ice. ”
“Check the free skate schedule before u go. ”
“The price is great. Especially for two tickets. But the actual ice rink was really chopped up so it was hard to skate on unless your like a professional, which we...”
“The price is great. Especially for two tickets. But the actual ice rink was really chopped up so it was hard to skate on unless your like a professional, which we definetly weren't. But over all it was alright. ”