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The ice rink returns to the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower

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From 8 December 2014 to 15 February 2015, Parisians and visitors to the capital will be able to take advantage of a large 190m² ice-covered area 57 metres above Paris, in the heart of a completely refitted space.

A free activity for all visitors to the Eiffel Tower, open from 8 December 2014 to 15 February 2015, every day from 10.30 am to 10.30 pm

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An ice rink in the colours of the new 1st floor…

This winter, red and transparency will be given pride of place for the much-awaited ice rink on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower. As a nod to this theme, a 6-metre high shimmering red Eiffel Tower decorates the space. The perfect spot for taking souvenir photos!

… open to all

Skates (size 25 to 47) are provided free of charge for visitors*.

Children’s skates and “penguin” sledge-chairs are provided for young visitors. Mobility-impaired visitors are welcome: access to the rink is easy and sledge-chairs are available.

A 57-metre high outdoor bar

A bar placed at the side of the ice rink offers a dual access for spectators as well as for skaters! Seasonal hot drinks, such as hot chocolate (€3), mulled wine (€5) or pumpkin soup (€6) are served with pretzels (€3) or Christmas paninis (€6.50).

An opportunity to discover the level’s new glass floor

In the day time or in the evening, with family or friends, the ice rink offers a fun and sporting activity which completes the experience of the level’s new attractions: the glass floor, the new museographic circuit, the immersive film, and more.  

*Therefore, personal skates are not authorised. It should be noted that, as for all ice rinks, it is compulsory to wear gloves.

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