The Wollman Rink is probably the most recognized skating rink in the world. Located in the southernmost part of Central Park in Manhattan, the rink was originally opened in 1949 with funds donated by Kate Wollman who gave over half a million dollars to commemorate her entire family. Historically, the rink has been available for skating from October to April, and in the summer months, it is transformed into a venue used for other purposes. Wollman Rink has been featured in a number of famous films, including Love Story and Serendipity. Now you too can experience the magic of skating at the Wollman Rink.
On Location Tours and ShowTickets.com brings you tickets at unbeatably low prices that allow you to visit this New York city landmark. Come test your mettle -- and your balance! -- on the ice, and feel the cool winter breeze as you skate around this open-air rink. Move mitten-in-mitten with a friend or loved one, and enjoy everything that a crisp NYC winter day has to offer. The best part is that passes from ShowTickets.com come with a skate rental, so once you get there, you can simply lace up and go! Be a part of a long-standing Big Apple tradition this year at the Wollman Rink.
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One of New York City’s most popular winter traditions.
Enjoy the stunning views of the landscapes of Central Park, and admire the skyscrapers that surround the area while you skate around a rink you’ve seen featured countless times in a myriad of movies and television shows. Take heart in knowing that your tickets come with ice skate rentals, so you don’t have to worry about it when you arrive at the rink. Enjoy the great outdoors in the middle of the concrete jungle with Wollman Rink tickets from ShowTickets.com.
You’re going to be in the elements outdoors, so do take a look at the weather reports and dress appropriately for your skating session.
Don’t feel bad if you’re not a pro skater because the rink accommodates every skill level imaginable. You can rent a locker for your personal belongings for an additional charge at the ice rink. The rink takes cash only for anything extra that you may need.