Ice Skating at Palm Beach Ice Works

A fun, recreational facility that is open to the public during select hours.

Palm Beach Ice Works

Palm Beach Ice Works is South Florida’s newest skating facility. Located just minutes away from CityPlace and the downtown area, this venue is an indoor rink, open all year round. Ice skating sessions for the public are one of the main attractions at Palm Beach Ice Works. The facility also includes a jump and stretch room and a full workout facility.


Plan your visit. Palm Beach Ice Works is located at:
1590 N Florida Mango Rd, West Palm Beach, 33409
For general questions call 561-656-4046 or visit www.pbiw.org


Skating provides great exercise and an opportunity to get out of the house – plus, it’s not like exercising at the gym. Skating is fun! Come join the others. Get on the ice and get ready for a great experience.

Public/Open ice skating times and rates:

Saturday evenings: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sunday afternoon:s 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm (times may vary)
Admission: $10
Skate Rental: $3
Ice Scooter Rental: $5 (to assist new skaters 3.5 feet or smaller)

Spectators can enjoy a climate controlled lobby and viewing area as well as healthy snacks at the Concessions Stand.

Bring your little ones for a fun, skating filled day!

Learning to skate

Mostly every teen and young adult at some point in there lives want to know how to skate. Everybody always want to know the easy route to take. The Palm Beach Ice Works offers a great opportunity for everyone to learn how to skate. Get more information on how their skating programs here!

This brand new state of the art 58,000 sq ft. Olympic Size Training facility is complete with strength and conditioning room, and off-ice and ballet classes. But it also is the only Olympic size sheet of ice in South Florida to play Hockey.

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Skating can definitely be a great experience. Gliding across the ice on a pair of skates is a glorious winter pastime and Palm Beach Ice Works is among the best facilities for public skating in South Florida.

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