Just because it’s cold in Minneapolis doesn’t mean you can’t be active. Ice skating dates back centuries, and it is a fun activity that can help improve balance and strengthen the core. Get out, have fun, and glide around the ice at these skating rinks in Minneapolis.
Parade Ice Garden
Found in the Lowry Hill neighborhood, the Parade Ice Garden was constructed in 1973 as part of the city’s building boom. The rink takes its name from the military drill and exercises that were once practiced on the property, and it underwent a nine million dollar renovation in 2015. There are two full-size hockey rinks and a studio rink. Open skate sessions are offered on the south one throughout the week. Admission is just three dollars plus skate rental.
Richfield Ice Arena
The Richfield Ice Arena is the home of the Minneapolis Magic of the NAHL. It dates back to the early 1970s and has a rich history of hosting world-class talent. The rink features two regulation sheets of ice that are open year-round. Visitors can enjoy skating lessons as well as public sessions five days a week.
Adults can also play hockey on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Bloomington Ice Garden
The Bloomington Ice Garden offers a casual atmosphere, and it comes complete with three rinks, including one that’s Olympic-sized. Admission to open skate is only four dollars.
For those who would like to improve their skills, the Bloomington Ice Garden Skate School offers year-round lessons for all ages and abilities. Highly trained instructors teach the classes, and skates are available for rental.
Ice skating is just one of many fun activities you can enjoy if you call 4Marq Apartments home. Please contact our leasing agents to schedule a tour where you can see all of our amenities and floor plans firsthand. You can also get started on your online application at any time.