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December 17, 2014

Visit Disneyland: Olaf’s Frozen Ice Rink

Our family has been visiting Disneyland every year since Lauren was 2 making this trip Lauren’s sixth and Cade’s fourth time to the Happiest Place on Earth.  What made this year special was that we visited in December so we could experience the theme park in all its holiday glory.  
In my previous experience, the first week of December seemed like an off peak time but possibly with the popularity of Cars Land at Disney’s California Adventures Park and the hoopla surrounding Elsa and Frozen, an off peak time in December no longer exists.  Because let me tell you, the parks were crowded; the property hotels were expensive; and the lines were long. 
The holiday decorations were spectacular and the Christmas magic was everywhere.  One holiday perk my children especially loved was Olaf’s Frozen Ice Rink that was located in Downtown Disney near the Disneyland Hotel.  It’s a small rink surrounding a beautiful, towering Christmas tree and a perfect alternative to fighting the crowds in the parks.  
Both my children are beginners so I really appreciated that the ice skates were double blades making it a lot easier for them to balance.  Helmets are also required for all skaters and are provided free of charge.  While I skated with my kids, I liked that there were employees on the ice ready to help up any fallen children.  


Admissions prices are $17 for adults and $15 for children ages 3 to 9 with discounts for active military, annual pass holders and guests of the Disneyland Resort Hotels.  Admission will get you 90 minutes of skating time.  They are open from 3pm-10pm Sunday through Thursday and from 3pm-11pm on Friday and Saturdays.  Hurry, the ice rink will only be around through February. 



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