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Winter Ice Skating 2017

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Photo courtesy of Mark Hunt, markhuntart.com

Heads up and skates on!

The Frog Pond winter ice skating season opens Tuesday, Nov 14, 2017, 10am-9pm, with FREE admission for all skaters! Skate rental fees apply.

 

Schedule & Pricing

Winter Hours

Mon 10:00AM-3:45PM
Tue-Thu 10:00AM-9:00PM
Fri-Sat 10:00AM-10:00PM
Sun 10:00AM-9:00PM

Ticket sales end 30 minutes before closing.

Admission

Admission price based on skater’s height
58-inches and over: $6.00
Under 58-inches: free

Rentals & Services

Skates
Adult men/women: $12.00
Kids: $6.00
Sizes: 8T all the way up to a men’s 15
MA sales tax included on skate rentals

Lockers
$3.00

Skate Sharpening
$10.00 per pair

Bobby the Skating Seal
$10.00/hour
Skating aids for children who are learning to skate.

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Season Pass Options

The Skating Club of Boston has expanded its Frog Pond Season Pass offerings. Skaters and families can choose to purchase the Family Frog Pond Season Pass for parents and kids to enjoy season-long public skating admission at the Frog Pond.

  • Individual Frog Pond Season Pass: $150.00
    This pass enables you to skate during any of the Frog Pond’s public sessions beginning at 10:00AM everyday.
  • Family Frog Pond Season Pass (two adults + two kids, 13 and under): $250.00
    This pass covers admission for two adults and two kids during Frog Pond’s public sessions beginning at 10:00AM everyday.
  • Lunchtime Season Pass: $100.00
    Entitles the holder admission to public sessions between 12:00PM and 2:00PM, Monday-Friday.
  • 10 Admission Public Session Punch Card: $50.00
    Save $10 off the regular admission price with a prepaid punch card! Valid during all public sessions that begin daily at 10:00AM.

Learn to Skate Lessons

The Skating Club of Boston Skating Academy offers top-quality group and private ice skating lessons at Frog Pond throughout the winter season. Visit SkatingAcademy.org for more information!

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