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Downtown Bellevue ice rink returns for holiday season

The ice rink will be open from Nov. 19 to Jan. 9, 2022.

The Bellevue Downtown Ice Rink opens for skating on November 19 and brings the annual experience back to Bellevue Downtown Park through January 9, 2022.

The ice rink, produced by the Bellevue Downtown Association, is a signature event of Bellevue’s Season of Cheer and features 9,000 square feet of ice, a spacious viewing area, on-site concessions, free parking, and many special events.

The ice rink will be located at Bellevue Downtown Park, one block south of Bellevue Square at NE 1st Street and 100th Avenue NE, near Inspiration Playground. It will be open for 52 consecutive days, including holidays.

Admission fees are the same for all guests regardless of age. Non-skaters do not need to pay admission. Skate rentals are included in admission fees. Tickets are available now at

Due to COVID-19, several changes were made to provide a safe and enjoyable community event. A new online ticketing system will allow guests to schedule their visits and purchase tickets in advance. Reservation slots are available in 30-minute intervals, with no limitations on the duration of stay, hours of operation vary. Walk-up tickets are limited, so guests are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets in advance.

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