Temporary Rink ClosureWith the recent orders from the local, state, and federal government authorities regarding COVID-19, The Rollercade has decided to close until May 1st. We will continue to update you as we learn more.
The Rollercade dates from the 1950s and was originally called Northporte Rollercade. Its name was shortened in 1984. The iconic sign out front, designed by Lionel Sosa in 1958, sports five huge brightly lit neon circles spelling “SKATE”, leaving no doubt what activities take place beneath them. The Rollercade has provided generations of families with roller-skating, thumping music, and plenty of bruised knees. San Antonio’s premiere roller skating facility seems to be frozen in time in a heavy 70s roller disco theme, complete with neon lights and trippy magic-carpet day-glo swirls. Besides offering public skating, the Rollercade also provides private lessons and parties for young and old alike.
- Family owned and operated since 1959
(Landmark of San Antonio)
- Original hardwood floors
- 20,000 square feet of family fun
- Arcade games with various games including pool
- Free WIFI
- Friendliest staff
- State of the art light show
(Glow skates held during all public sessions)
- Skate Mates available for $5 each or $10 a session