‘Enjoy the Outdoors at Philly’s Ice Skating Rink’
There are so many things to do in Philadelphia around the holidays. Do you like ice skating? You should check out the Blue Cross River Rink down at Penn’s Landing.
The Blue Cross River Rink is celebrating its 22nd anniversary with many different activities for the young and the old. To celebrate it’s platinum anniversary, this Penn’s Landing area will be turned into a Waterfront Winterfest. For 37 days, the Waterfront will host a pop-holiday village. There will be a seasonal garden of pine trees, 500-person warming tent with American style beer garden and food, an hourly holiday light show called Bright Lights and much more.
The Grand Opening for the 2015-16 season is on Friday, November 22 starting at 11 am on Friday.
The Olympic-sized public ice rink offers skating sessions, skating lessons, parties, private functions, pond hockey, season-long special events, as well as skate rentals and sharpening. The rink complex features a heated facility, viewing areas, private party rooms, video game room, and public restrooms.
So what are you waiting for. Lace up those skates for some enjoyable ice skating in Philly. Come with friends, family, or even have a party at the rink.
- Opening Day, November 27, 2015 –
- Christmas Tree Lighting, December 4, 2015
- Two Parties on Ice, December 31, 2015 ~ Info
- SugarHouse Casino New Year’s Eve Fireworks at 6 pm and Midnight, December 31, 2015 ~ Info
- Skating with Santa (Dates will be revealed soon)
Did you know?
The Blue Cross River Rink is the only public skating facility in the region to offer sled skating sessions for the physically and developmentally challenged that allow every child to experience the fun and excitement of ice skating at the Blue Cross River Rink.
South Columbus Blvd at Chestnut St
November 27, 2015 – March 1, 2016 | 7 days a week | Times vary depending on the month – Hours of Operation
Admission – $3 | $10 skate rental |
Blue Cross River Rink at Penn’s Landing
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