Main Line Ice Skating Rinks for Kids
Embrace winter at these fun rinks.
Whether you’ve got a budding figure skater or just need a way to burn off winter energy, ice skating is a fun way to make the best out of the cold weather. Here’s where to glide around the region.
Schedule subject to change by week, updated on their website
1001 Darby Road, Havertown
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With open skating for families and hockey players alike, this hometown rink is great for a casual skate. There is a cafe onsite for when you get hungry, arcade games, and youth hockey league games as well.
Admission to the Skatium is $8 for ages 6 and up, $6 for children under 6, and $3 for seniors. Ice skate rentals are $2 and skate helper rentals are $3 on a first come, first served basis.
Monday — Friday, 1 — 2:30 pm
Friday Nights, 8 — 9:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 2 — 3:30 pm
Saturday Nights, 8:30 — 10 pm
700 Lawrence Dr., West Chester
Ice Line Quad Rinks is a large facility welcoming families for their open skate all week long. (Hours subject to change, more detailed calendar here.) There is a Grille and pro shop on site for those of you who would rather hang out and grab a bite to eat or shop while the kids skate!
Admission to Ice Line Quad Rinks is $10. Skate rentals are $3, walker rentals are $3 and available for children ages 7 and under only.
Schedule subject to change, check here.
100 Pennco Road, Phoenixville
Open skating is open for business at Oaks! Friday night is family night, and there’s a cafe on site for your snacking needs as well.
Regular admission to Oaks Center Ice is $7 for all ages with a skate rental for $3. Trainer bars for children age 8 and under, or under 48″ tall are $2. Discounts available.
8:30 — 10 pm Fridays (Lessons available at various times all week)
220 Holland Ave., Ardmore
Join America’s first skating club for their family weekend skating. Skating sessions are also available for little ones looking to learn their way around the ice — there is no hockey here, but high quality ice and lighting for figure skating if you’re interested! Open skating and membership skating have different times for families looking for more privacy.
Admission to the Philadelphia Skating Club & Humane Society public skating is $10 with a $5 skate rental. Memberships available.
Friday and Saturday 8 – 9:30 pm
Sunday 2 – 3:30 pm
400 West Sproul Road, Springfield
Springfield Skating Rink is located conveniently on West Sproul Road offering skating lessons with a Disney on Ice performer, a hockey league, and rink rentals for events.
Admission to Springfield Skating Rink is $5. Rentals are $2, and skating aids are free.
Monday – Friday 12 – 1:30 pm (year round)
Friday 8:35 – 10:05 pm (select dates, see their website)
Saturday 1 – 2:30 pm (select dates, see their website)
701 Haywood Drive, Exton
Camps, clinics, youth hockey, adult teams, lessons, and more. Power Play Rinks in Exton has everything you could want! Unlimited use skating passes are available for purchase. Additional public skating dates are listed on their website along with their holiday schedule.
Public skating admission is $8 for all ages, rentals included.
Photograph courtesy of Emily Brunner Photography.