Sens Rink of Dreams

It’s time to lace up your skates and head to Ottawa’s city hall.

Skating is a part of winter life in Canada and everyone needs to try it at least once. Just look at how popular hockey is.

Sens Rink of Dreams, located at Ottawa City Hall, is open until March, from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. There is also a warming hut, located at Marion Dewar Plaza, open from 8 a.m.

This location attracts skaters, but there are plenty of other things to do for visitors including touring Ottawa City Hall, the Barbara Ann Scott Gallery, the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame, City Hall Art Gallery and the Karsh-Masson Gallery.

A small note: Check the green flag placed next to the ice yard, or look at the calendar on Ottawa.ca for changes or updates on the ice rink schedule. You can also get information here on other outdoor ice rinks, such as Lansdowne Ice Rink, Chevrolet Sens Rink, and Ben Franklin Place ice rink.

By: Y Yen

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