Lee Valley Ice Centre offers an international sized (56m x 26m) ice pad that creates a magnificent facility for up to 800 skaters; we also have seating for up to 760 spectators, so if you don’t want to skate you can simply sit back and watch all the fun! The Centre is regularly used by ITV’s Dancing on Ice as a training venue and is a home base for some of England’s best skaters.
We will be changing our timetable for the School Summer Holidays; the new timetable will run from Monday 21 July up to 1 September 2014. Click here for the summer opening times.
But it’s not just the elite who are welcome here! If you’re interested in ice skating lessons in London, there’s no better location. The centre offers a range of learn to skate courses and public skating sessions that suit all ages and abilities from toddlers to adults.
Private ice skating lessons are also available from our team of qualified coaches. The centre is also home to the Lee Valley Lions Ice Hockey teams (Junior & ED2) as well as the London Raiders Ice Hockey team and the Lee Valley London Skating Club.
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Due to the centre hosting the National Team Challenge on 6 July 2014 the centre will be closed all day. There will be no learn to skate courses in the morning and no public skating sessions during the day.
The Tour de France travels through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Monday 7 July which means there will be road closures all day. For further information, travel updates and advice on the best way to get to the venue please visit the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Transport for London websites.
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