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jacqueline e.
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Report | a year ago
Fun! But it seemed a little confusing for first timers.
Jerod P.
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Report | a year ago
Staff was helpful and nice. The folks skating were all very supportive and encouraging to my little mentee who was still learning to skate.
Julie T.
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Report | a year ago
This was a fantastic activity. I'm sad that it won't be available after the Metrodome is torn down.
Julie S.
Verified
Report | a year ago
It's a great idea. The only bummer is I needed traditional skates since I had never been on inline so I was flustered with that fact as I was lead to believe that they offered both for rental. However, an really nice employee literally taught me how to skate on these inline skates. I also like how so many wore helmets and knee pads for protection as I did not feel weird. I also liked how that gear is offered for free and is encouraged. The kids had a blast and I only wish we would of done this sooner-before they tear down the dome come next March.
lynnette m.
Verified
Report | a year ago
i took our girl scouts and they had a great time it makes me sad that they are going to get rid of the dome and no more roller dome
Lisa C.
Verified
Report | a year ago
RollerDome is closing at end of this year due to new Metrodome construction.
Janelle M.
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Report | a year ago
Super fun, my nephews had a blast and want to go back again.
John H.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Thanks for all the fun!
Sherrie F.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Had a great time. Were disappointed they ran out of protective equipment,
NANCY
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
We had the greatest time blading at the Dome! Folks were very friendly. It was nice to have the rental skates available, as well as the protective gear. The music playing and so many different levels/ages of skaters made for a fun and interesting evening. We will definitely go again!
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For most of the year, the outer concourses of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome fill with the aromas of hot dogs and grilled onions to feed hungry fans during Vikings and Twins games. But from November through April, the smooth concrete floors of those same concourses become the skating surface for the Rollerblade RollerDome. Skaters have taken over the Metrodome every winter for decades, including in 1993, when Jonathan Seutter set a Guinness World Record there by skating 271 miles in 24 hours. The half-mile concrete loops provide the ideal conditions for speed skaters and beginners alike. On the upper level, experienced skaters get a cardio workout with separate alleys for speed skating and leisurely coasting. On the lower level, kids and novices can take their time while skating along to music spun by onsite DJs and really hip spiders.

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