Glide off into the Winter Sunset

There isn’t much time left to take advantage of one of winter’s cooler activities – ice skating under the sky. Our two local outdoor rinks—at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden and Pentagon Row in Arlington—are getting ready to close for the season, shutting down their Zambonis on March 14 and March 21, respectively. And with rain in the near forecast, that gives us merely days to do our best Evan Lysacek’s one last time. If you and the kids have time to glide, here’s what you need to know:

National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice Rink
7th St. and Constitution Ave. NW
Cost: $7/adult, $6/child, $3/skate rental (ID required)
Mon–Thurs 10am–9pm, Fri-Sat 10am-11pm, Sunday 11am–9pm

Pentagon Row Outdoor Iceskating Rink

1201 South Joyce Street, Arlington
Cost: $8/adult, $7/child, $3/skate rental
Open Mon–Thurs 12pm–10pm, Fri 12pm–11pm, Sat 10am –11pm, Sun 10am–10pm

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