Have you always been interested in taking your family skating at the Boston Common Frog Pond, but you just haven’t got around to it? Or, maybe you have the time, but you have found the cost to be prohibitive. Either way, there is no better time than now to test out your skating skills in downtown Boston.
Located in the heart of America’s oldest public park, the Frog Pond has long been a favorite wintertime activity for Boston residents and visitors. Normally, the price of admission to the pond is $5 per adult while kids get to skate for free. If you need to rent skates, expect to pay $9 per adult and $5 per child. winter. The company recently announced that it is giving away free adult and children passes, with the cost of admission and skate rental covered.
Liberty Mutual is making the offer as part of its Olympic sponsorship. The company is a sponsor of the 2014 and 2016 Olympic and Paralympic teams. Therefore, it seems only fitting that the free passes are available from now through the end of the Olympic games on February 23rd.
To obtain your free skating tickets, you need to visit the sign-up page and log-in to the system. From here, you will be prompted to register for tickets for yourself and for up to four other people. You will also be asked to pick the day that you wish to go skating.
The Frog Pond is open every day at 10:00 am. The pond closes at 4:00 pm on Mondays and 9:00 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Closing is at 10:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.