Ice Skating in Massachusetts


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  • Boston Common Frog Pond
    At the heart of Boston Common, one of the oldest and most treasured public parks in the US, sits the Boston Common Frog Pond. Although it’s named for the melodious creatures that once dotted the site, today, the pond’s placid surface is the natural habitat of visitors from around the world. The pond changes with the seasons; during the winter, park officials replace the water with ice for skating school and public sessions. During the spring and the fall, visitors cast pensive looks into the reflecting pond; in the summertime, those looks are trumped by the squeals of laughter from children cavorting around the spray pool and carousel. No matter the season, the Frog Pond Café stays open, serving hot cocoa and soups to warm up winter guests, as well as year-round snacks including burgers, hot dogs, iced tea, and juice.
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    38 Beacon St
    Boston, MA US
  • Murphy Skating Rink
    Thinking of trying your hand at skating? Check out Murphy Skating Rink in South Boston for some exhilarating laps around the rink. If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This club also has a fabulous restaurant. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this club just as much as mom and dad. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1880 William J Day Boulevard
    Boston, MA US
  • Worcester Common Oval
    The Worcester Common Oval is a magical place to go out and have fun once the weather turns dreary. Throughout winter, the oval rents skates and sends the adventurous slipping and sliding out over the ice. During public-skating hours, The Dogfather concession truck sells hot dogs, nachos, and hot chocolate to keep bodies warm despite the icy chill.
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    455 Main Street
    Worcester, MA US
  • Little Sun Valley Skating Club
    A nonprofit organization, Little Sun Valley Skating Club promotes ice skating through lessons, competitions, and annual shows. Its members meet at Smead Arena to practice and have some good old-fashioned fun. They also use the sport to cultivate team spirit, teaching skaters the virtues of belonging and working together.
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    1780 Roosevelt Avenue
    Springfield, MA US
  • Janas Memorial Skating Rink
    Strap on those skates and zoom around our professional, spacious rink at Janas Memorial Skating Rink in Lowell. Don't worry about packing a snack. This club has a great restaurant so you can keep the fun going. Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — this club has kid-friendly policy. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    382 Douglas Rd
    Lowell, MA US
  • Kendall Square Community Ice Skating Rink
    The Zamboni finishes its final methodical sweep across the Kendall Square Ice Skating Rink, leaving behind only a smooth, glassy surface. The illuminated floors of the surrounding office buildings and the twinkling holiday lights of the nearby trees reflect vividly off the ice for a precious moment before the calm is broken by scores of skaters spilling out into the rink—sliding, dashing, and casually loping through the cold evening air. This is the scene at the 2.5-acre Kendall Square each day from mid-December through mid-March, provided the weather cooperates. Skaters can rent hockey and figure skates or bring their own blades for spins around the rink. They can pause between laps to warm themselves with a hot chocolate from the snack bar or a bear hug with an unsuspecting stranger.
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    300 Athenaeum St.
    Cambridge, MA US

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