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Lugar incrível para se patinar no gelo no meio do Central Park
Best panorama and nice rink
Beautiful scenery but better skating at park slope and aviator
Small and expensive. But the setting is just nice.
Who doesn't love a fun time skating on ice? Enjoy some breathtaking views of Manhattan's skyscrapers while skating along one of the largest rinks in Manhattan!
Bring your own lock so you don't have to pay for the locker. :)
Vayan temprano que se arma mucha cola y después se llena de gente la pista y hay que ir pisando cabezas y empujándolas para poder patinar bien! :)
Ir temprano, tipo 9:30 para ser de los primeros y disfrutar la pista vacia por algunos minutos!
Nice on paper, a zoo in person. Good for a few a few spins and some Central Park pics, but that's about it. Also cash only.
A fila pode ser grande, mas é rápida! Sessões longas dão tempo aos novatos de pegar o jeito no gelo.
Patinar no gelo é uma experiência legal, mas os patins machucam muito!!
Love this place but the staff is annoying, there is no sign that I can't take a picture there.
cheaper than rockefellar. (20$ w/ locker). bring your own lock! great view. in the daytime many schoolkids but no waiting.
Cash Only! There is an ATM inside...don't walk around Central Park looking for one like I did...
It's truly a gift to have an ice rink in Central Park surrounded by skyscrapers. The rent the skates if you don't have them and there's no limit in time: you can skate until the rink closes.
It's truly a gift to have an ice rink in Central Park surrounded by skyscrapers. The rent the skates if you don't have them and there's no limit in time: you can skate until the rink is close.
Horrible staff and super strict. Closes early and they practically force you to buy a locker.
Go early on a weekday! Avoid the ice cleaning times, you'll be waiting 30 mins
$28 total on the weekend if you didn't bring skates.
Lovely setting, surrounded by trees, away from the din of the city. There are even leaves frozen into the ice. With nice music, it is the most beautiful and congenial place to skate in NYC
Don't know went to horse show
Not so good in the Summer lol
During the summer it becomes a beautiful small amusement park in the middle of Manhattan: Victorian Gardens
Skating during the day is beautiful but... you will have to deal with all the children who do not have traffic notions. ;)
> bring your own lock and possibly your own skates cos I got bruises after. Cash only 😁✌️
Get the hot chocolate with the works!
Bring your own lock to save a few $s. good for a winter date.
$5 to watch for even 20mins ... Mr trump you have enough $....
Keep an eye on your scarves, mittens, and earmuffs. Sticky Bandits afoot.
It is quite expensive but u have to do it at least once. If u have ur own skates I suggest u use those that way u save urself skate hire monies. Bring ur own lock as well for the lockers.
Too expensive, rather go to Bryan Park.
They need to reexamine their closing procedures - made an abrupt announcement @ 9:50 saying it was *10* and u had to get off ice NOW & have 3 minutes to get your lock and would be trespassing after 10
The Woolman Rink in Central Park adds a little bit of magic to the city.
Love it had some amazing times during my high school years.
Muito bom!!!! Excelente passeio!!!
Best ice rink in NYC!!! If you have ice skates be sure to bring them. The ones here are really really uncomfortable and the bottom of your foot will ache like never before.
Be sure to bring cash for hot cocoa :) Get it with marshmallows and whipped cream!
I always wanted to visit. Very very nice Park.
Make sure you stop at the bank first, they only accept cash! Try and get there at the start of the session for the nicest ice.
Bring your own skates if you have them. These boots are old and blades are blunt.
Fun place to skate
Get your skates a size smaller than your normal shoe size.
Pure bliss! The rink is the city's largest and is perfect for first-timer skaters.
Opened in 1950, Wollman was Manhattan's first artificial skating rink. Over 300,000 skaters visited in its first year!
NYU's IRHC hosts the annual FLURRY! ice-skating event here.
Catch a glimpse of iconic Wollman Rink.
Open until 11pm on Fridays & Saturdays, this is the perfect way to spend an evening on the Upper East Side after a light dinner at Serafina.