The weather has finally cooled down and it's starting to feel like winter in Atlanta, which means it's that time of the year to go ice skating.
So, we created a list of the 7 best, biggest, and most magical outdoor ice skating rinks where you can skate under the stars in & around Atlanta.
Skate the Station
When: November 16, 2020 — January 18, 2021
Address: 1380 Atlantic Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: Atlantic Station's open-air ice rink is the largest outdoor skating rink in metro-Atlanta.
Avalon on Ice
When: November 22, 2020 — January 18, 2021
Address: 400 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, GA
Why You Need To Go: Avalon's Rockefeller-inspired ice skating rink will make you feel like you're skating in NYC.
The Rink at Park Tavern
Price: $15 Monday — Thursday, $20 Friday — Sunday
When: November 26, 2020 — February 15, 2021
Address: 500 10th St NE, Corner of 10th and Monroe, Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: Park Tavern's Fire & Ice Rink is located right in Piedmont Park and the bar puts a boozy twist on ice skating.
Skate the Sky
When: November 27, 2020 — January 10, 2021
Address: 675 Ponce De Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: This outdoor skating rink is located on the roof of Ponce City Market, so you'll have spectacular views of the Atlanta skyline while you glide across the ice.
Ice Rink at Sugar Hill
When: November 12, 2020 — February 21, 2021
Address: 5039 W. Broad St., Sugar Hill, GA
Why You Need To Go: Sugar Hill is home to the largest ice skating rink in the Southeast. It's actually the same size as the Rockefeller Center rink in NYC.
License to Chill Snow Island at Margaritaville
When: November 6, 2020 — February 21, 2021
Address: 7650 Lanier Islands Pkwy, Buford, GA
Why You Need To Go: Ice skating will be just one part of your fun-filled day at this winterized Margaritaville. Your pass for Snow Island not only includes ice skating but also snow tubing, amusement rides, and the snow play area.
Olde Town on Ice
When: November 20, 2020 — February 15, 2021
Address: 949 South Main St. NE, Conyers, GA
Why You Need To Go: Celebrating 20 years this season, Olde Town on Ice is the longest-running outdoor ice rink in Georgia.