Edge at Hudson Yards has announced Sky Skate Presented by Dunkin’, New York City’s highest skating rink, will be returning to the indoor portion of Edge’s sky deck for the holiday season. From now until 14 January, guests are once again able to glide on a 1,024 square foot Glice® rink, a zero-energy ecological and synthetic ice rink while taking in the best views of the city. Tickets for Sky Skate are on sale now at https://www.edgenyc.com/en/
Rising 1,131 feet in the air and extending out 65 feet from the 100th floor of 30 Hudson Yards, Edge’s outdoor viewing area features a breathtaking glass floor, angled glass walls, and outdoor skyline steps from the 100th to 101st floors. Edge is also home to City Climb, the highest external building climb in the world. Located atop the sky deck, City Climb challenges guests to scale the outside of a 1,200+ foot supertall building, then lean out from the outdoor platform at the top of the skyscraper.
“Due to popular demand, we’re excited to bring back Sky Skate Presented by Dunkin’ to Edge as part of our seasonal offerings this year,” says Douglas Trueblood, Vice President Marketing, Hudson Yards Experiences. “We’re always seeking to elevate the experience our visitors have with unique programming that you can’t find anywhere else, and we’re so proud to have the highest skating rink in the city within our sky deck.”
This year, Dunkin’ is bringing some sweet, holiday cheer to Sky Skate. On select nights visit Dunkin’ at Sky Skate’s Holiday Village to enjoy complimentary Dunkin’ Holiday Beverages and donuts. Send joy and Dunkin’ to family and friends by creating a custom holiday photo card and Dunkin’ will give you and yours each a $5 Dunkin’ gift card.
“We are so honoured to be back at Sky Skate this holiday season,” said Tara Carson, Field Marketing Director, Dunkin’. “Dunkin’ is all about spreading holiday cheer, and what better way to do that than by bringing our beloved Holiday Beverage Lineup, including Cookie Butter Cold Brew and Hot Chocolate, and Donuts to Sky Skate guests.”