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Glide into the holidays at these local ice skating rinks

Check out our list below for local ice skating where you can experience even winter wonderland-esque entertainment.

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The Peace Plaza ice skating rink is located in front of Harvest Hall. | Photo by Grapevine Parks & Recreation

We don’t want to be dramatic, but there’s only one right way to celebrate the holiday season: with ice skating and hot cocoa. We’re gliding into the holidays with a roundup of local ice rinks around the metro.

Stockyards Rodeo Rink | Open through Sunday, Jan. 7 | $20
Head to the lawn of the Livestock Exchange Building to check out the outdoor ice rink, Cowboy Santa’s Winter Wonderland, live music, and family activities.

Peace Plaza Skating Rink | Open through Sunday, Jan. 7 | $20
Located in front of Grapevine Main Station, the ice rink is the largest outdoor ice rink in North Texas totaling 4,500 sqft.

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Skate around the iconic 95-ft tall Christmas tree at the Galleria Dallas. | Photo by FTWtoday

Galleria Dallas Ice Rink | Open year-round | $12 + $5 skate rental
Skate around the largest indoor Christmas tree in the country at the Galleria Mall — the tree be up through Sunday, Jan. 7.

Grand Prairie Ice Rink | Open through Tuesday, Dec. 26 | Free
The rink in front of Grand Prairie City Hall is open to all ages and skill levels with skating sessions available every 30 minutes until 8 p.m.

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The ice rink at the Arlington Parks Mall is open year-round. | Photo by

Ice at the Parks | Open year-round | $0-$13 + $5 skate rental
Skate around the city’s only full-size, regulation NHL hockey rink at The Parks at Arlington Mall. Plus, don’t miss the holiday skating show on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Children’s Health StarCenter Mansfield | Open year-round | $15 + $5 skate rental
Hit the ice at any one of the eight StarCenters across the Metroplex for open skating, hockey lessons, and camps. Plus, bring the kiddos out for the holiday show on Friday, Dec. 15 at 6:15 p.m., or skate around with Santa himself on Saturday, Dec. 23 starting at 12 p.m.

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