You Can Go Ice Skating On A Neon Rink At This Miami Nightclub

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Basement Ice Skating Rink

Sure, winter in Miami isn’t exactly cold, but if we can go snow tubing this winter why not also go ice skating? Miami Beach’s Basement has got an indoor ice skating rink and it’s straight out of our best neon dreams!

Perfect for going skating all year round, the 2,000-foot-square ice rink at Basement feels a bit like a retro roller blading ring, and we kind of dig it. With its technicolor lights, neon lights and loud music Basement’s indoor rink puts a lively Miami twist on the quintessential winter activity. Not to mention it also makes for an incredible photo op!  And the best part–You won’t even have to worry about bundling up or it being too hot outside for going ice skating.

Basement’s ice rink is currently open for skating and you can book your spot for $30 (rentals included) to go ice skating under the colorful lights for half an hour sessions. Ice skating works on a first-come, first-served basis, but Basement does recommend that you call ahead of time to secure your spot.

If ice skating isn’t your thing, however, Basement also has some pretty awesome bowling lanes, which are nothing short of wonderful! Like the rink, these are always lit up in colorful bright lights for a totally fun and original experience. Plus, they also offer guests the opportunity to enjoy some drinks and top-notch music while bowling with friends.


There are only four lanes and they tend to be super popular, so they do require a previous booking and walk-ins are not allowed.

To ensure guest safety, Basement Miami is currently operating at 50% capacity and two of the four bowling alleys remain closed. Guests are also required to wear masks at all times when ice skating and bowling.

Basement Miami is open every Thursday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. You can find out more about how to book your spot for the rink and bowling alleys on their website. 

[Featured image: Instagram / @basementmiami]

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