Ever wanted to take it back to old school and roll around in skates all day, having fun?
Well, Roll Egoli is just the activity for you! Roll Egoli is an all-weather 1 000sqm covered roller rink with a super smooth concrete floor and semi open sides, allowing the skaters to be cooled by the fresh breeze blowing through. The venue has a beautiful garden where chickens and cats roam freely. Seating is scattered around the garden where you can relax between skating sessions. The children’s play area offers a jungle gym, scooter track, swings, and a trampoline.
The venue also provides a self-service cafeteria boasting wood fired pizza, home made gelati, muffins, hot beverages and cold refreshments.
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Roll Egoli is your local roller skate rink and party venue located at 296 Main Road, Bryanston.
Venue Name:Roll Egoli
296 Main Rd, Bryanston.
Opening Hours:Tue-Thu: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri-Sat: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Sun: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Price Range:R60 per person full day skate R25 skate hire.
Type of Fun:Family Fun
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 15 reviews
Kareena I Says:
Awesome concept! You can roller skate or roller blade around the rink. Great fun for young or old and especially nice if you're on a date.
My daughter had a playdate and she enjoyed it so we decided to book a party. For the high price of R250 per child - you expect decent treatment, some service, a welcome , a smile and a thank you...
Martin J Says:
Our daughter and her friend loved the roller skating, and my wife and I had a warm drink and we all ordered pizza. Unfortunately the expedited was compromised by roaming chickens and the tables...