Ice skating rink returns to Denver International Airport after two years

There’s good news and bad news if your flight gets delayed at Denver International Airport at some point between this weekend and New Year’s Day.

The bad news: Your flight is delayed.

The good news: You can rent a pair of ice skates and go for a spin on the ice rink that opens on Friday, Nov. 18, on the outdoor plaza near the ticketing booths in the terminal.

“We are excited to announce our ice rink is back for passengers and community members to enjoy,” said airport CEO Phil Washington in a prepared statement. The ice-skating rink operated for four years before the pandemic shut it down during the winters of 2020 and 2021.

“Whether folks are traveling to or through DEN, or just want to visit the airport for the day and enjoy this free activity with friends and family, DEN is here to provide holiday cheer,” he added.

The rink is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., weather permitting. Refreshments and holiday treats are available for purchase in the skate shop (located inside the Westin hotel), but skating and skate rentals are free. You can find the rink near the Tivoli Restaurant and Brewery.

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