General Admission: €10.00 // Family: €30 (2 Adults & 2 Children)
Just drop in to any of our skating sessions at The Rink at D12. We do not require advanced booking for general admission!
Tap the days below to see our opening hours:
*Hours above show door opening & closing times (sessions typically end 15 mins before)
*All skating adults must sign wavier onsite.
Benefits Of Roller Skating!
Studies have shown that roller skating provides a complete aerobic workout and involves all of the body’s muscles, especially the heart. Roller skating is equivalent to jogging in terms of health benefits and caloric consumption, reduction of body fat, and leg strength development.
The number of calories burned per hour while skating can be up to 600 while skating at only 10 mph.
Roller Skating helps you stay fit and healthy all while learning a new skill.
Roller skating rinks such as ours have always provided high energy, fun and entertainment for people of all ages. The roller skating industry promotes family values and community involvement to offer a good, clean environment for all.
Skating is one of the most affordable activities for the entire family. Admission fees to The Rink at D12 includes skate rental.
Roller skating provides a first experience in independent socialization for kids. In consumer surveys, skating has been voted the best place to date “without dating” – it is the best first date and the place where many have met their future mate.
Roller skating is recognized and recommended by the American Heart Association as an aerobic fitness sport. During a 30-minute period, on average, skating at a steady, comfortable rate produces a heart rate of 148 beats per minute.
Skating provides you with fluid motion that keeps you from damaging your joints, helping you enjoy movement similar to running or to dancing without the harsh impact.
Roller skating helps improve balance with the strength of abdominal and lower-back muscles, since you must maintain a steady core to stay upright.
Most importantly roller skating doesn’t feel like a workout. Have you ever seen a person roller skating and frowning at the same time? Of course not!