Harbourfront Centre has opened the Natrel Rink for the 2017/2018 skating season. Harbourfront Centre invites visitors to enjoy free public skating on the city’s most scenic rink, now to March 2018.
Set against the beautiful shoreline of Lake Ontario, the city’s most scenic rink awaits! The Natrel Rink has been an unparalleled skating destination in Toronto for 30 years. It has a heated indoor change room with lockers and washrooms. Best of all – skating is FREE! Hot food and drinks are available at our rink-side restaurant, Boxcar Social.
Throughout the duration of the winter season, Harbourfront Centre’s Natrel Rink will host DJ Skate Nights, a New Year’s Eve skating party, the HarbourKIDS Skating Festival and Learn to Skate, which are both generously supported by RBC Learn to Play Project. No skates? No problem. Harbourfront Centre also offers affordable skate and helmet rentals on site.
Natrel Rink, Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, M5J 2G8
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Thursday 10am – 10pm
Fridays 10am – 11pm
Saturday 10am – 11pm
Sunday 10am to 10pm
Dec. 24 10am –5pm
Dec. 31 10am –1am
Dec. 25 10am – 5pm
Rentals & Skate Sharpening available
For additional information, the public may visit harbourfrontcentre.com/winter or call 416-973-4000. Harbourfront Centre and the Natrel Rink are located at 235 Queens Quay West, in the heart of Toronto’s downtown waterfront. For information about getting here during the Queens Quay revitalization, visit harbourfrontcentre.com/gettinghere
ABOUT HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Harbourfront Centre is a Canadian charity operating the 10 prime acres of Toronto’s central waterfront as a free and open public site. We celebrate the multiplicities of cultures that comprise Canada and enliven the city through the creative imaginations of artists from across the country and around the globe. Harbourfront Centre attracts more than 17 million visits to its site each year to experience 4,000 diverse public events and activities. Harbourfront Centre receives operational support from the Government of Canada and the City of Toronto and program funding from all levels of government, the private sector and individual donors.