New in Jerusalem!
Heating up the winter in the most beautiful spot in the city
7 February – 30 April
Sunday – Thursday 16:00-23:00 / Friday 09:00-14:00 / Saturday night one hour after Shabbat – 24:00
11.4 Thursday 10:00 – 23:00
12.4 Friday 9:00 – 16:00
13.4 Sat 20:45 – 24:00
14-18.4 Sun-Thurs 10:00 – 23: 00
19.4 Friday 9:00-13:00
20.4 Sat 20:50 – 24:00
21-24.4 Sun -Wed 10:00 – 23:00
25.4 Thursday 9:00-13:00
27.4 Sat 21:00 – 24:00
On April 29, the skating rink will be closed from 19:00 to 20:00 due to a closed event
*Entrance to the ice-skating arena is for ages 5+
*Ticket prices: Child (under the age of 18) – NIS 30 / Adult – NIS 40
Performances, Sessions and Special Events in the Culinary Booth
Keep up to date with the monthly programe here.
*Indoor heated booth
The Ice Arena is cleaned every day between 19: 45-20: 15 and, if necessary, during the day.
Forget London or New York and enjoy the hottest winter here in Israel!
The giant skating rink for beginners and skaters alike, children and adults, for those who don’t skate or for those who skate regularly. Here, you can skate to where the ice takes you…
Want to rest from all the skating? Prefer remaining on stable ground? No problem! Next to the skating rink are ‘igloos’ to rest just like you find on the roof tops of London and New York. There is also a culinary and alcohol booth, Jerusalem bars hosting, chefs and food artists from Israel and around the world; music and performances; lectures; workshops and tastings with food bloggers and culinary personalities; parties with the hottest DJs in Israel; special events that you don’t want to miss and most importantly – the perfect location for photos that will turn everyone green with envy.
Free the oven. Get out of your pajamas and come warm up with us at the place that will make your winter hotter than ever!
Parking available at Mamilla and Karta
Entrance to the facility from Teddy Park, located across the entrance to the parking lots or from the artists complex Khutsot Hayotser
Light railway get off at Kikar Safra station. 10 minute walk
Lines 104, 117 to Hativat Yerushalayim / Yitzhak Kariv
Line 8 to Yitzhak Kariv Street (circular route from the Jewish Quarter)
King David Street with Lines 13, 18, 38
In Waze: Mitchell Park
There is no parking at the site.
Parking is available in the Karta or Mamilla parking lot.
Socks / gloves cannot be obtained on site. You must come prepared with warm clothing.
Skating is allowed from age 5.
There are aids for children on a first come first serve basis. Stock is limited. For an additional NIS 5 – to purchase at the chasier.
Ministry of Jerusalem and Heritage
Jerusalem Development Authority
Production: Ariel Municipal Corporation
Production of the Ice Complex: Yan Hafakot
Artistic and content management: Merav Oren
Culinary Booth Production: Eli Levy Productions
Project manager: Nir Ben-David
Marketing and Social Media: Ravit Havakook
Branding and Graphic Design: The Pool
Complex Design and Styling: Avia Meron and Dana Lerner
Planning and Images: Tula Eitan
Copy: Libby Shwartz