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Jellybeans Skate Center Raleigh

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Jellybeans Skate Center
10701 Common Oaks Drive
Raleigh
NC
27614
Tel: 919-562-2326

Where are we going today?

Who is ready to get those skates on...literally!

If you are a bouncing jellybean who is full of energy and love to be active, then you will fit right in with Jellybeans Skate Center in Raleigh.

This family owned and operated skate center offers great fun with their in-line and roller skating on that great maple hardwood surface. They also have a great light and sound show to accompany you!

The music is fun and current from all the kids favorite latest artists, and then there are those classic oldies for the parents. Skating is a great family activity, and it doesn't matter how experienced you are, it's the perfect place to learn (or perfect those techniques and skills you might already have!)

Jellybeans Skate Center have great open skate sessions so you can just go as you please. It's also the perfect way to just take your time and skate at your own pace. 

If you do feel like you want to learn the basics of skating before you get out and show off those mad skills in public, then why not take a couple of lessons first. The center offer a 6 week Learn To Skate program where you can either improve those skills, or really get to grips with the basics.

There are a number of classes so you can find the one that is perfect for you. There are teen and adult classes, and also ones for ages 3 to 12 so kids can really fit in their own element. 

In addition to the skating, Jellybeans also offers a fun games room when you want to take a break from skating. There are very cool new games and then those old school classics. The redemption area is always stocked with great prizes so if you get those high scores, you can take something home with you!

Skating fun for everyone at Jellybeans! 

 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsAdmission from $5. Varies on the session
  • ChildrenSame as adult
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Public sessions Tues, Wed, Fri and the weekend. Times vary.

All year round.

Teachers corner

They offer Jelly Camps for kids K to 5th! Great way for them to really immerse themselves in the world of skating.

I'm Hungry!

They have a snack bar with snacks and light meals like hot dogs, pizza, cotton candy and popcorn to fill those active tummeis!.

Healthy Eating!

The snack bar sells bottled water, but it never hurts to bring a healthy snack bar for energy if you want.

Any Top Tips?

Why not have your birthday at Jellybeans! It's a great activity to enjoy with friends! They have three fun packages to choose from.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just give them a call before you head on down to see how they can help you .

Can I get one of those?

Pro shop sells a number of skating related products if you want to pick up some kit for yourself. There are also redemption games to take home great prizes!.

More information

The admission to the session doesn't include skate rental. You can always bring your own .

What people are saying?

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    Just had my daughters 6 year old party here and it was FANTASTIC. Everyone had a great time. Place was clean, staff was outstanding, and best of all I didnt have to do or bring anything...I just showed up. Jellybeans handled it all...LOVED it!

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    It gets a 3 only for okay music. Someone else said it was a bad volume, but I've never experienced that. I suppose the arcade is okay for the age group it's centered around- little, little kids. For anyone above the age of 6, there's really nothing to do if you want to take a short break from skating. And if you get hungry, leave and go to a pizza place or something. The food is sickening. The bathrooms are difficult to go into, out of, and around in while in skates, but my friends and I spend a lot of time in there since it feels like the only...Read More

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    This place is super fun! I hadn't been roller skating since I was little, but we went here during a matinee skate and had a blast. Totally affordable and the rink is nice! Waaaay nicer than the places i went to as a kid! All I did was skate, so I cant speak to the food or the games, but i thought it was a really neat place.

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    It was awesome because the lights where amazing everything was on the ball I give it a 3*

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    The bathrooms are soaking wet and slippery yet most people are in their skates. My mom fell and hurt her back. How about a more appropriate floor material? The bathroom doors are so heavy that my son was stuck in the bathroom until someone else came in. On the rink, only one set of speakers was turned on and to compensate they were really loud, so your ears would hurt on one side of the rink, but on the other side it was too quiet. The PA was way too loud and the audio was clipped. Children would plug their ears every time an announcement was made...Read More

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by Ariana Keener

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It gets a 3 only for okay music. Someone else said it was a bad volume, but I've never experienced that. I suppose the arcade is okay for the age group it's centered around- little, little kids. For anyone above the age of 6, there's really nothing to do if you want to take a short break from skating. And if you get hungry, leave and go to a pizza place or something. The food is sickening. The bathrooms are difficult to go into, out of, and around in while in skates, but my friends and I spend a lot of time in there since it feels like the only air-conditioned area there. It's way to hot! The bathroom doors are heavy, and the stall doors are so messed-up that I literally have nightmares (no joke)! I suppose the actual skating experience is good (except for the temperature), which is what we all came for. Just don't come expecting to take a break to go to the bathroom, eat, or play in the arcade.

by A Google User

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The bathrooms are soaking wet and slippery yet most people are in their skates. My mom fell and hurt her back. How about a more appropriate floor material? The bathroom doors are so heavy that my son was stuck in the bathroom until someone else came in. On the rink, only one set of speakers was turned on and to compensate they were really loud, so your ears would hurt on one side of the rink, but on the other side it was too quiet. The PA was way too loud and the audio was clipped. Children would plug their ears every time an announcement was made -- did the MC not notice this? The rink lighting was dim and cheap. The fountain drinks tasted like they were made with toilet water, so we got a Gatorade and it was mostly frozen. Is there anybody in charge here?

The Weather

Thursday

Conditions: Mostly Cloudy
Temp: 58° F / 14° C
Humidity: 87 %
Wind: West - 0 MPH

Friday

Conditions: Rain
Temp: 63° F / 17° C
Humidity: 82 %
Wind: S - 6 MPH

Saturday

Conditions: Chance of Rain
Temp: 66° F / 19° C
Humidity: 85 %
Wind: SE - 4 MPH

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