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The Rink at 401 Park: Boston’s coolest skating spot

Written by
Eric Grossman

It might be chilly outside, but things keep heating up at 401 Park, the buzzy complex that's home to Time Out Market Boston. Celebrating its first season is The Rink at 401 Park, a brand new, 6,000 square-foot beauty:

The first public skating rink in the Fenway neighborhood is the site of unique, interactive events such as ice bocce and theme nights. The rink will be open daily through February; from 3-8pm on weekdays, 11am-10pm on Saturdays, and 11am-8pm on Sundays.

The Skating Club of Boston will offer ice skating lessons every Saturday at 10am for all ages and abilities, sign-ups available online.

REI sponsors The Rink at 401 Park’s premiere season and is offering a variety of fun activities both on- and off the ice, plus deals in-store all winter long. Guests can expect make-your-own s’mores and a gingerbread cookie bar, a post-skating chill-out lounge, snowshoe and ski rental promotions, and more.

Tickets are $10 per person, or $6 for students, seniors, and children under 12. Skate rentals are $6.

Once you've glided your way across the ice, head inside to Time Out Market and warm up with an expertly-made coffee drink at George Howell Coffee, or a warm boozy concoction at one of the Time Out Market Bars.

For additional info and updates regarding Time Out Market Boston, keep your eyes peeled on our market hub as well as our Instagram feed.

All photographs courtesy Samuels & Associates

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