As the rink announces it is closing for the forseeable future, we look back at the tonnes of ice cold fun had at the much-loved venue.
1. Hard times
News the much-loved rink will be forced to close for the "forseeable future" due to the pandemic has been met with sadness and nostaliga for the venue which has been open for more than 60 years.
Photo: Lisa Ferguson
2. Ice cold boom
The art deco rink was designed in 1938 at a time when interest in ice skating was booming - but it did not open until 1952 after it was requisitioned during the war, remaining under control of the government long after the conflict had ended.
Photo: Neil Hanna
3. The "most modern rink in Scotland"
Murrayfield Ice Rink pictured in 1955. The rink gave Edinburgh people a chance to experience a whole variety of events from professional ice hockey, professional ice shows, amateur boxing and basketball. Crowds of 1000 skaters on a Friday and Saturday night were not uncommon.
4. Ice cold glamour
The Chris Gold Trophy is won by Miss K Sharp at the rink in 1964.