Wollman Rink

The Wollman Ice Skating Rink

The Wollman Rink

The Ice Skating Rink, Central Park

The Ice rink opened in 1950, is located in the southeastern corner of Central Park was first proposed in 1945.

In 1949, philanthropist Kate Wollman (1869–1955)[1] donated $600,000 for the rink's original construction to commemorate her family name of her parents and siblings.

Central Park Ice-Skating Rink
Wollman Ice Skating Rink, Central Park | Photo Credits: Official Wollman Rink

In 1986 Donald Trump offers to re-build, the ice rink is currently operated by the Trump Organization in The Winter Seasons.
The Victorian Gardens
The Victorian Gardens, Central Park | Photo by NYC Rickshaw Tours

The Victorian Gardens amusement park has been opened since 2003 and it runs Summer seasons by Private Amusement Co.

The Ice rink is open for business from late October to the end of March, weather permitting. Spring and summer the location is transform into an amusement park for children the Victorian Garden.

The Ice skating it’s the favorite winter gateway for New Yorkers and tourists alike, its a holidays winter celebration and tradition.

Movies filmed:
Serendipity, Love Story, Limitless, My Sassy Girl, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.

Location: Central Park SOUTH - Enter at 59th Street and 5 Avenue.
Everyday from: 10am to 10pm
Monday & Tuesday: 10am to 3pm

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Ref: [1] McKinley, Jesse (December 24, 1995). "F.Y.I". The New York Times. Retrieved May 30, 2019
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