Patinoire Sonja Henie

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Paris’ ice-rink is named after pre-war Norwegian ice-skating champion Sonja Heinie, credited with the invention of certain performance styles in figure skating.  On Wednesdays, Fridays and weekends, don your leotards and leg-warmers and show Paris just how graceful you can be. During the weekend night sessions (which run until 12.30am), the music cranks up a notch and coloured lights ripple over the ice in psychedelic splashes. When the skating’s over, Bercy Village, home to bars, restaurants and the UGC multiscreen cinema complex, is just a ten-minute walk away. Skates and pads are available for hire. Access to Patinoire Sonja Heinie is via Porte 28.

Venue name: Patinoire Sonja Henie
Contact:
Address: Bercy - Palais d'Omnisports
Accès par la porte 28
12e
Paris
75012
Opening hours: Sept- mid-Jun Wed, Sat-Sun 3-6pm; Fri-Sat 9.30pm-12.30am; Sun 10am-12pm
Transport: Métro Bercy
Price: Entry 4€-6€; skate hire 3€
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