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    Wichita Ice Center

    Fans of hockey, ice skating, speed skating or newbies looking to pick up a new skill can meet at the Wichita Ice Center for a unique experience. With Olympic & NHL rinks, full-length viewing windows, party rooms, a sports store and learn-to-skate programs, Wichita Ice is the perfect place to enjoy some chill indoor family fun.

    Public Skating

    Learn to skate by signing up for a class or hit the rink on your own and practice your skills. It doesn’t matter how old you are or how good you are at ice skating, the rink is open to everyone.  You can even watch the Zamboni clean the ice while taking a break at the concession stand.

    Ice Skating

    If you don’t know how to ice skate and want to learn before mixing with people of all skill levels, sign up for a class on Tuesdays or Saturdays at the Wichita Ice Center. With the Learn-to-Skate program, guests can take five or six-week sessions to learn the basics of skating.


    From youth and adult hockey leagues to the more-experienced Jr. Thunder, hone your skills on the ice with your peers with several opportunities for all skill sets. Play recreational hockey whether you’re 18+ or under the age of 17. The Jr. Thunder is a Tier II program with players ages 16-20. The team was the 2016-17 Thorne Cup Champions and Midwest Division Champions.

    Figure Skating

    Join the Wichita Ice Center’s figure skating academy to learn the basics or improve your skills on the ice. Starting at only $12/hour, you can drop in on a class or schedule regular sessions. Private lessons, college courses and off-ice conditioning are also available.

    Speed Skating

    The Air Capital Speedskating Club brings speed skaters together at Wichita Ice Center. If you have a need for speed or just want to learn how it works, sign up for your class today. Children as young as 2 can start their skills in the Snowplow Sam 1 classes and graduate up to top speed.

    Wichita Ice Center welcomes the US Figure Skating Midwestern and Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships happening Jan. 24-28, 2018 in downtown Wichita.