Located between Time Out Market and Trillium Brewing—and just steps from historic Fenway Park—you can take to the ice this winter at this seasonal, 6,000-square-foot outdoor ice rink after grabbing a bite to eat (but before a beer, please). It’ll cost adults $10 to skate, but kids, students and seniors get in for $6, and the rink is open Thursday through Sunday.
We’re not shy about embracing the chill of the season here in Boston and, come winter, locals and tourists alike hit the ice at the array of skating rinks that dot the city. Whether you’re a novice looking for a small, cozy spot to learn or an axel-jumping expert in search of a more professional place, our city and its surroundings offer rinks fit for all levels. After a chilly skate, be sure to warm up with a mug of one of the best hot chocolates in Boston or a cup of joe from one of the best coffee shops in Boston. And for more winter thrills, check out the best spots for skiing near Boston or the best snowboarding near Boston.
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