One of the most popular places in the heart of the city where new-yorkers and guests enjoy skating in winter time. A state of Prometheus, the Greek god of fire, left, overlooks the Rockefeller Center ice skating rink.
Since it first opened on Christmas Day, 1936, the Rink has attracted over a quarter million people each year. The Rink is open 7 days a week from October to April. It boasted amenities such as lights for nighttime skating, a heated changing room, piped-in music and a dining area.