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When the temperature drops, that means it’s time to go ice-skating. NYC has plenty of indoor and outdoor rinks where you can strap on the blades and hit the slick stuff. We’ve ranked the top places to go, so whether you want to be the center of attention at Rockefeller Center or skate at some NYC parks like Central Park, you certainly have a multitude of options. You can even make a full-day out of it when you shop at one of the city’s best holiday markets, followed by sipping hot chocolate and skating on The Rink at Bryant Park Winter Village. If exposure to the elements isn’t your style, you can also check out one of the city’s many all-weather indoor rinks, including spots that offer roller skating.
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