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The Best Roller Skating in Pittsburgh

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Roller skating is one of the most fun pastimes for yinzers of all ages, and here in Pittsburgh, there are plenty of places where you can skate the day away!

Whether you’re an expert skater or are more of a beginner, our favorite rinks for the best roller skating in Pittsburgh can get you set up with a pair of skates, the guidance you need to get started, and of course some fun tunes to skate to. Check out our list of favorites and get ready to rock and roll!

The Best Roller Skating in Pittsburgh🛼

Neville Roller Dome Pittsburgh

Neville Roller Drome

Neville Roller Drome has just one mission: offering family-friendly entertainment and skating for all! Admission prices range from $7-$12 depending on the time of day, but you can always rent skates for $3 or bring your own pair.  With themed skate times like artistic and teen, you can enjoy all kinds of fun music to skate to!

Monday | Closed
Tuesday | Closed
Wednesday | 6:30pm–9:00pm | 8:00pm–11:00pm
Friday | 7:30pm–10:30pm
Saturday | 1:00pm–4:00pm | 8:00pm–11:00pm
Sunday | 2:00pm–5:00pm

📍 5109 Neville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15225

Bridgeville Rollerplex Pittsburgh
📷 Pittsburgh Venom Field Hockey

Bridgeville RollerPlex

The Bridgeville RollerPlex has been a South Hills icon for generations, and it continues to be a hot spot for roller skating in the region! In addition to open stick times, the ‘plex hosts adult and kids inline hockey programs and offers equipment rentals as well.

Monday | 12:00pm–10:00pm
Tuesday | 12:00pm–10:00pm
Wednesday | 12:00pm–10:00pm
Thursday | 12:00pm–10:00pm
Friday | 12:00pm–10:00pm
Saturday | 12:00pm–10:00pm
Sunday | 12:00pm–10:00pm

📍 341 Washington Avenue, Bridgeville, PA 15017

Roller Sk8 Connection Of Pittsburgh
📷 Roller Sk8 Connection of Pittsburgh

Roller Sk8 Connection of Pittsburgh

Roller Sk8 Connection has a mission teaching grade school-aged children and their families all about STEAM through quad roller skating! Join them at a pop-up event in the city or reach out to ask about bring them to your kiddo’s school. You could even become a volunteer if you’re passionate about skating and education! 

Check Roller Sk8 Connection’s website for information on upcoming events!

📍 5315 Hillcrest Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Eden Park Roller Rink Pittsburgh
📷 Eden Park Roller Rink

Eden Park Roller Rink

At Eden Park Roller Rink, enjoy free skate and exclusive adult skate times (check social media for details!) as well as special events, parties, and photo opportunities. For free skate, admission is $9 per person during evening hours on Friday and Saturday and $10 per person for daytime hours on Saturday and Sunday.

Monday–Thursday | Closed
Friday | 7:30pm–9:30pm
Saturday | 1:00pm–3:30pm and 7:30pm–9:30pm
Sunday | 1:00pm–3:30pm

📍 428 Eden Park Boulevard, McKeesport, PA 15132

Murrysville Sportzone

Murrysville SportZone

At Murrysville SportZone, you can enjoy a range of fun and activities for the whole family! For roller skating, come by on Saturdays from 7:30pm–9:30pm for cosmic skate and pay just $10 for admission and $2 for skate rentals (or feel free to bring your own). Is there anything better than roller skating to some fun tunes underneath the black lights?! Nope!

Monday | 12:00pm–9:00pm
Tuesday | 12:00pm–9:00pm
Wednesday | 12:00pm–9:00pm
Thursday | 12:00pm–9:00pm
Friday | 12:00pm–9:00pm
Saturday | 12:00pm–9:00pm
Sunday | 12:00pm–9:00pm

📍 4491 School Road South, Export, PA 15632

More Fun Things to Do in Pittsburgh

We hope that our list of the best roller skating in Pittsburgh inspires you to rent some skates and hit the rink, whether you’re a pro skater or a total newbie! Remember, for more fun ways to explore Pittsburgh and to catch the latest news about upcoming events, make sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook and download our app!

Kaidia Pickels

Kaidia Pickels

Kaidia is a marketing copywriter and food/culture journalist based in Pittsburgh, PA. When she's not writing, she loves to travel, eat new dishes at local restaurants and try fitness classes throughout the city. She's a die-hard Penguins fan as well as an amateur baker and mixologist — sometimes combining both in one recipe.

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