What You'll Get
In ice-skating, as in dangling from the edge of a cliff, sometimes allowing yourself to start falling is a great excuse to hold someone’s hand. Take the plunge with this voucher.
Choose from Five Options
$9 for a public ice-skating package for two (up to a $18 value)
$17 for a public ice-skating package for four (up to a $36 value)
$25 for a public ice-skating package for six (up to a $54 value)
$45 for a public ice-skating package for ten (up to a $90 value)
Per person, each package includes:
- Admission to any public-skating session (up to a $7.25 value). See the website for the current schedule.
- Skate rental (a $1.75 value)
$59 for an eight-week Learn to Skate program ($90 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must complete all sessions in-full by expiration date. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Public skate sessions are only valid during specified public skate times. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. No credits or cash back. Only 10-session pass and lessons may be used over multiple visits. Learn-to-Skate lessons are valid only for first-time ice skaters. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Iceland of Hampton Roads
A row of flags hangs in solidarity from the rafters above an indoor ice rink, uniting Canada, the USA, and Sweden in the one passion that they all have in common: hockey. Iceland of Hampton Roads fosters this love of icy sports in skaters of all ages and experience levels via youth hockey leagues, synchronized skating classes, and lessons, in which instructors introduce students as young as age 3 to their reflections in the ice. Adults compete in 10- or 20-game seasons in hockey leagues utilizing USA Hockey rules—and kids' hockey leagues consist of games, practices, power skating, and skills. During synchronized skating classes, teams of 8 to 20 skaters choreograph complex skating formations, such as the parallel pinwheel—in which lines of skaters rotate in unison—or the flying V—which they use to head south for the winter.