Found in the southern part of Central Park, the city skyline serves as a backdrop to one of the most famous ice rinks in New York City.
When the ice rink first opened on Christmas Day in 1936, it served as a temporary draw for customers of the struggling upscale stores housed in the brand-new Rockefeller Center during the Great Depression.
The 17,000-square foot NYC ice skating rink is free to use if you have your own skates, otherwise rentals are available for a fee.
Located at Manhattan West, a plaza made up of shops, restaurants and office buildings, this outdoor rink is one of the best places to go ice skating in New York City without crowds.
Located in lower Manhattan, this 7,350-square-foot ice rink allows you to show off your skills and enjoy the fresh crisp air while ice skating beside the Hudson River.