Schaatsbaan: Ice skating at Kralingen in Rotterdam

Schaatsbaan: Ice skating at Kralingen in Rotterdam

Nov 25, 2023Feb 24, 2024
Kralingen, Toepad 93, 3063 NJ

Schaatsbaan, the annual temporary ice skating venue at Kralingen in Rotterdam will be open from late November, to see you right through the winter!

The 400-metre covered ice skating track at Kralingen in Rotterdam, better known as Schaatsbaan Rotterdam, is striking with its tunnel shape and ever-changing lights in all the colours of the rainbow. There’s also a smaller “Funbaan” for practising your skating skills and for taking part in a game of curling.

Skate at the rainbow-coloured ice rink

Here's some important general information about Schaatsbaan


From November 25, 2023, until February 28, 2024


  • Sunday-Thursday: 9am-10pm
  • Friday-Saturday: 9am-11pm 


Kralingen, Toepad 93, 3063 NJ, Rotterdam


From 8,50 euros

Rent ice skates at Schaatsbaan or bring your own

You can bring your own skates or you can rent skates at the venue. If your own skates are looking blunt and shabby, you can even have them polished by the experts on the premises. You'll find lockers where you can store your personal belongings.

Schaatsbaan is regarded by many as one of the best ice rinks in the Netherlands and even got voted as the cleanest ice rink in the whole country! Following the hygiene and safety measures both on and off the ice at Schaatsbaan will ensure a safe, corona-proof day out.

Getting to Schaatsbaan Rotterdam

Schaatsbaan Rotterdam is located at Kralingen, which is easily accessible by public transport. If you're coming by car, there is a lot of parking - in fact, Schaatsbaan Rotterdam has its own car park with 350 spaces where you can park for free.

Get your tickets

Book your time slot and get your Schaatsbaan Rotterdam tickets online. Skate at the prettiest ice rink for an affordable entrance fee per session or, if you feel like you might be likely to want to return multiple times, you can purchase a season ticket, which is valid up until the end of the season. 

Thumb photo: courtesy of  Rotterdam