Ice Skating in NYC

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Seaport Ice
As part of an ongoing effort to shake up the South Street Seaport’s lame-tourist rep, the waterfront is scoring a brand-new rink. The 8,000-square-foot space has the distinction of being the only rink in lower Manhattan (riverfront views!), and with prices to match its newly broke brethren. Plus, it’s in close proximity to the Seaport Chorus Tree and Santa Claus.
When to go: Seven days a week, 12 hours a day (10am–10pm).
Pier 17, South St at Fulton St (212-661-6640, thenewseaport.com)
Price: $5, skate rental $7.
Opens Nov 28
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The Pond at Bryant Park
Don’t get too excited: The admission may be free, but you gotta pay $12 to rent skates (or BYO).
The complex holds 500 people, holiday shops, an indoor pavilion and the Canadian-themed lounge Celsius. When to go: Mondays start November 24
Admission is FREE, Skates $12
Sixth Ave between 40th and 42nd Sts (212-661-6640,
thepondatbryantpark.com)
*For more information visit: TimeOut NY
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