Everyone’s favorite holiday tradition is back, and there’s plenty of opportunities to lace up those skates in Atlanta. Head to one of these spectacular ice-skating rinks in and around the city, and skate the night away!
1. Atlantic Station
Where: Atlantic Station, Midtown Atlanta
When: Until January 16
Skate the Station is back and it’s looking magical! Have a night of skating on the largest outdoor ice skating rink in Atlanta for the holidays. The glistening light display will make you feel like you’re skating through an Artic dreamland. Make sure you check out their awesome walk-thru light show before you head home!
2. Avalon on Ice
Where: Avalon, Alpharetta
When: Until January 16
The monumental Rockefeller-inspired ice skating rink is back at Avalon. Lace up your skates and take the trip to Alpharetta for the beloved holiday tradition, Avalon on Ice.
3. Ponce City Market
Where: Ponce City Market, Old Fourth Ward
When: Until early January
Embrace the wintry season this year with a trip to The Roof at Ponce City Market for this unmissable festive fiesta. The market is bringing a Winter Dreamland to their rooftop. Whether you want to warm your bellies with a meal in a private igloo, or Skate The Sky
4. Pullman Yards
Where: Pullman Yards, Pratt Pullman District
When: Open now (end date unknown)
There’s a brand-new ice-skating rink hitting up the ATL this holiday season, and it’s located at the historic Pratt Pullman District. This obvious choice follows Pullman Yard’s epic glow-up into a go-to entertainment center. Best of all, this ice-skating rink is eco-friendly and doesn’t need any water or electricity to funtion. Click here for more information.
5. Lanier Islands
Where: Margaritaville at Lanier Islands, Buford
When: Open now (closing date unclear)
Not just an ice skating rink, but a winter wonderland with epic things to do. There’s snow tubing, ice skating, a snow play area, fire pits and so much s’mores! This mind-blowing Christmas makeover makes Margaritaville’s lakefront paradise look almost unrecognizable. Snow joke!
6. Rink at Park Tavern
Where: Park Tavern, Piedmont Park
When: Nov 27-Jan 16
Head to Piedmont Park for the Rink at Park Tavern. The covered ice rink is perfect whatever the weather. With a state-of-the-art sound system, and an 85-foot long and 40-foot wide rink, it’s a guaranteed party at Piedmont at the Park Tavern’s beloved ice rink.
7. Sugar Hill
Where: Sugar Hill
When: Open now (closing date unknown)
Since 1998 Have An Ice Day have been providing quality family fun to thousands of skaters. Changing locations throughout the years, the covered ice skating rink has made its way to Sugar Hill. Make sure to check it out this holiday season!
8. The Cooler
This ice skating rink may be open year round, but there’s always a special vibe around this time of year. Not only is there public skating, but there’s private lessons, ice hockey, figure skating, and more!
9. Athens on Ice
When: Until February 26
Athens on Ice Public Ice Skating has made its triumphant return to Akins Ford Arena at The Classic Center. Celebrate the season by sharing quality time on the ice with your family and friends at this beloved annual tradition in Athens, Georgia.
Where: Conyers, Georgia
When: Until February 12
Nestled in Conyers, Olde Towne on Ice is the longest running ice skating rink in Georgia. The family-run business is the perfect setting to skate for a few hours and get into those festive feels for the holidays.