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Rink at Rockefeller Center information
From mid-October to April, Rockefeller Plaza is home to New York's most famous ice-skating rink. Incomparably magical, it's also undeniably small and crowded. Opt for the first skating period (8:30am) to avoid a long wait. Come summer, the rink becomes a cafe.