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The Ice Rink at The Woodlands Town Center, The Woodlands
(4.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • It was my first time in this area and I was amazed by the amount of great restaurants and shopping to choose from. We had a blast and we will come back next year for sure. 
  • It is a shopping mall located in 40 km, in the exclusive residential area north of Houston. At the mall's last trip, American brands like 見osame buy mission that day. There are four department stores, 160 shops and restaurants in 31. Aisles are nice, but fashionable monument.
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  • Aside from the usual mall that you would expect, the is Market Street just across the road. Mkt street has more upscale shopping including Tiffany, Z Gallery + a bunch of other posh design shops. Get ...  more »
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  • The service was friendly, and the price can't be beaten: $9.50 for two hours ($6.00 for children under six years old), including skate rental. The facility is not of the highest quality, but that's to be expected of a temporary rink.
  • Not great. Took my four year old granddaughter thinking she could skate in the area for 5 and under. It was full of kids way over 5 and up into their late teens. They were scooping up the ice and throwing at each other and lots of horseplay was going on. When I complained I was told it was for "practicing" too. Finally found an adult in charge and he ran the big kids out but then left. They all returned and continued trampling the younger ones. Some didnt even have on skates. When the larger rink reopened my FOUR YEAR OLD tried to get out onto the ice but was pushed and shoved by older kids and even adults. They just HAD to get there first. It was pure chaos and no one seemed to be managing anything. We stayed a total of 45 minutes before leaving. Will not go again and cannot recommend this place. Find some other place !!!!!
  • Took my daughter there last year it was fine till later in the day when it became slush , everybody was soaking wet and pissed . Anyway go early when it is below 50 F or get soaked later .
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  • When we went it was almost 80 degrees and there was about an inch of melted water covering the entire rink. Also, be prepared to pay almost as much to sit and watch as you would to skate.