Ice Skating at Maggie Daley Park
Time Out says
Situated in the heart of downtown Chicago, with the city's sweeping skyline as a backdrop, the Skating Ribbon at Maggie Daley Park is a winter attraction unlike any other. Skaters can lace up and wind around a winding ice-covered path that's twice the length of a lap around a traditional rink. Admission to the Skating Ribbon is always free, and skate rentals are available for $13–$15. The Ribbon stays open through March (weather permitting) and even offers limited hours on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
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I love coming here when I visit my Chicago family! Kids have areas to play (categorized by appropriate age range), and adults can do their romantic thing. Both in summer and winter, it's a fun place with beautiful panoramic views of city's skyline as well as Lake Michigan.
Maggie Daley Park is a blast, especially since the new ice skating rink opened up. Prepare to possibly wait in line for a bit, but it's worth it. The skating ribbon is a little more challenging than your standard rink (there are a couple of slight inclines) but you get great views and a pretty good workout while you're at it.
Very disappointed. Came there today on Sunday at 8:00 pm and they told Me they close a on Sundays at8:00 pm. That's what they state online. Giving wrong information to people.