Lace up your skates and glide your day away on one of the many ice rinks throughout the Milwaukee area. Tighten your mittens, slip on your favorite socks, and don’t forget the hot chocolate.
Enjoy the winter season just steps away from all your favorite downtown attractions at Red Arrow Park’s Slice of Ice. Rent skates inside or bring your own, lace ‘em up, and coast around an ice rink that’s larger than New York’s Rockefeller Center. Afterward, be sure to stop inside, warm up and enjoy a hot cup of Starbucks’ cocoa.
Dan Jansen Family Fest Ice Rink in Konkel Park – named after American speed skater, world champion sprinter and Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen– is the perfect place to skate after watching countless hours of this winter’s Olympic coverage.
Try skating on a real lagoon this winter at the Humboldt Park Lagoon. Priding itself on creating a traditional skating environment, the lagoon is a scenic environment to float across the park’s sheet of ice.
Revel in the historic Lake Park to glide along the picturesque views of Central Park Landscape Architect Frederick Law Olmstead’s vision.
For ice skating with a hint of art, visit the Lynden Sculpture Garden. Ice skating is free with your admission to the sculpture garden, so be sure to bring your skates, while enjoying views of the many installations throughout the grounds.