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The Ice Cube ice skating ring returns to the heart of Leeds city centre

by What's On

The Ice Cube, Yorkshire’s coolest wintertime attraction returns to the heart of Leeds city centre in Millennium Square for 3 weeks of icy fun!

Featuring a fully covered outdoor real ice rink, a cosy Skate Escape visitor café together with a range of themed rides and attractions suitable for all ages.

The Ice Cube will be open daily from Friday 31 January until Sunday 23 February 2020.

Ice Skating

Ice skating sessions last 45 minutes and start on the hour every hour.

Penguin Club

The Penguin Club will be running every Saturday and Sunday morning, offering parents and children aged under 9 ice skating sessions in a safe and fun environment.

Skating Lessons

You can book a 15-minute skating lesson with a qualified coach and skate for the rest of the session it takes place within

Accessible Skating

Wheelchair users can access the rink in their own wheelchairs and should be accompanied on the ice by a responsible skater.

Disabled users can book for any session although a dedicated accessible skating session is held every Thursday from 10 am until 10.45 am

More info here

School Sessions

Subsidised ice skating training sessions are being offered to schools in the Leeds Metropolitan District.

More info here

For skating session times, prices and all the information you need to know visit: millsqleeds.com/icecube

The winner of the Ice Cube Family Ticket competition was Natalie Powell

Congratulations Natalie. Have a great day out with your family.

Thank you to everyone who entered.

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The Ice Cube

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