The ice skating rink at Skien fritidspark opens at the start of November and is open until mid-march.
Rental of ice skates
If you don’t have your own skates, you can rent skates in all sizes from the café. You can rent a penguin you can support yourself with on the ice and you can also rent training skates for the younger ones. And if you want to enter the cafeteria, you don’t need to take off your ice skates, the cafeteria is adapted for use of skates.
The Café is right beside the Ice skating rink and offer cold and hot drinks and various food and groceries.
You can bring your own food and water, and enjoy yourself inside the two lavvus that are set up. They are fired up with firewood and here you can enjoy yourself around the fire and grill the food you brought.
Tel: 35 54 10 00
|Season (1 Nov 2019 - 15 Mar 2020)|
|Saturday - Sunday||10:00||- 17:30|
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