Now that the holidays are almost here you’re probably looking for ways to get in the holiday spirit. In our books, ice skating is a great way to do just that and luckily for you, there are several places to enjoy ice skating. So here are the top 3 spots to go ice skating in and around Seattle.

Highland Ice Arena

Whether you’re looking for public skating or figure skating lessons Highland Ice Arena has you covered. This large ice skating arena is just north of Seattle in Shoreline and is always a great bet if you’re looking to skate with friends or family. They offer 1.5-hour public skating, skate rental, and best of all it’s affordable. They even have a pro skate shop if you’re looking to pick up skates of your own.
Where: 18005 Aurora Avenue North, Shoreline, WA
Hours: Public skating available daily
Cost: $6.35
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Kraken Community Iceplex

Perhaps the most buzz-worthy spot to ice skate, the Kraken Community Iceplex is the city’s newest spot to hit the ice. It’s conveniently located at Northgate Mall and you can enjoy both public skating and hockey lessons if you feel so inclined. They even have different hockey leagues if you get really into it.

Where: 10601 5th Ave NE, Seattle, WA
Hours: Public skate hours vary by day
Cost: $15

Sno-King Ice Arenas

For those of you on the Eastside, Snoqualmie-King is your go-to! This ice arena actually has three locations in Renton, Kirkland, and Snoqualmie. They offer public skating as well as hockey lessons if you’re looking to try something new. The Snoqualmie and Kirkland locations both have NHL ice sheets so you’ll have plenty of space to zip around on the ice.
Where: 3 locations around Washington
Hours: Vary by location
Cost: $12
Your options are short and sweet and each ice arena has its own unique perks and amenities so why not check them all out? If you end up snapping some pics be sure to tag us in them. Happy holidays and enjoy the ice!