Added by Margo Schmiederer

A public rink for ice-skating in the heart of Toronto

A popular activity during the winter for many locals and tourists alike, ice-skating in Nathan Phillips Square is right of passage for any tourist visiting Toronto. It only costs money to rent skates, the ice-rink is open to the public between November and March, weather permitting. It's a wonderful attraction right in downtown, don't miss it if you're visiting Toronto! Check the website for daily updates about the status of the ice. 

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