Wichita Ice Center

Wichita, KS

Where are we going?

Wichita Ice Center
505 W Maple St
KS 67213

316 337 9199

What is there to do?

Get your skates on kids...literally! Wichica Ice Center is ALL about the ice, and there are so many fun activities that you can enjoy in the family skating center.

Skating is such a fun experience for the kids, because the whole family can have a great time together! Whether you have never hit the ice before, or if you are ready to perform those latest spins you have just learnt, skating can be for you.

The public skating sessions are the best place to enjoy some leisurely skating, no matter the age or skill level.  With great music playing, and some fun and games thrown in, you can have this great experience any time of year - that's the beauty of INDOOR skating!

If kids haven't been skating before and are a little nervous about the thought of being on ice, Wichita Ice Center offer skating lessons, where they can learn the basics, and just get comfortable with the feeling of being in skates.

For something a little more challenging, why not take up either hockey, figure skating, or speed skating?! Wichita Ice Center offer classes for beginners right through to competitors, so every skater can improve their skills! You never know - you might be the next figure skating champion, or find yourself in the NHL!

Don't forget about the birthday parties that you can enjoy at the ice center too! It's so much fun to celebrate with friends whilst having a great time to music, so we'll say it again - get your skates on!

You'll be sure to have an ICE time!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $7 plus skate rental

Children: $7 or less plus skate rental

Free Under: Often under 4s are free

Family Deals: $30.00 for family of 4 (includes skate rental)


Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs or require assistance, just speak to staff about how they might be able to help


When can we go?

See their site for open skating timetables and special sessions types and times.

All year round


Any top tips?

The ice arena is around 50 degrees. Skaters need to dress warmly including thick socks, mittens, and hats!

I’m Hungry!

There is a concession stand available where you can pick up something to fill those skating tummies!

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