Let's Go Ice Skating

. January 30, 2015.
Skatingart

Take advantage of the colder temperatures by visiting indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks
with your children to keep boredom at bay.

 

Ann Arbor Ice Cube

The Cube is a traditional indoor skating rink—open year-round. Sign up for lessons or drop in for pick-up hockey or an open skate.

121 Oak Valley Dr.,

734-213-1600 

Costs: $4/adults, $3/kids (ages 12 and under), $3/skate rental

Public Skating: Check website for updates 

 

Buhr Park

This is an outdoor covered, open-air skating rink (chilly!). The rink sometimes has themed parties like Funky Frosty Fridays, where skaters dress in costume (bell bottoms on '70s night or cowboy hats at the Hoedown Skate).

2751 Packard Rd.

734-794-6234 

Cost: $5/adults, $4/kids (age 17 and under), $3/skate rental

Public Skating: Sundays 3:15-5:30pm; Tuesdays 7:45-8:45pm;
Wednesdays 4:45-5:45pm and 7:15-8:45pm; Thursdays 7:15-8:45pm; Fridays 7:15-8:45pm; Saturdays 2:30-4:30pm and 7:15-8:45pm

 

Yost Arena

Located on the University of Michigan Athletic Campus, you can skate on the same ice that the U-M hockey team plays on.

1116 South State St.

734-764-4600 

Cost: $6/adults, $3/kids, $3/noon skate,
$3/skate rental, $2/noon skate rental

Public Skating: Monday-Friday from Noon to 12:50pm; check website for regular Public Skate dates and times as they are subject to change