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 Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $10 for public-skate admission with skate rentals for two (a $20 value)
- $20 for public-skate admission with skate rentals for four (a $40 value)
- $28 for public-skate admission with skate rentals for six (a $60 value)
- $45 for six weeks of ice-skating lessons (a $102 value)
Check the public-skating calendar for available times. The lesson package includes skate rental at every lesson and a punch card for one free public-skating session per week throughout the course (the punch card does not cover skate rentals). The skating lessons also include the $12 membership fee to the US Figure Skating Basic Skills program. See the class page for times and types of classes.
Kansas City Ice Center
The ice in Kansas City Ice Center's newly renovated rink accumulates blade scratches from skaters of all stripes, including hockey players and two of the most revered figure-skating clubs in the U.S. Throughout the year, the facility acts as a practice arena for those clubs as well as a classroom for nonprofessional skaters. Both children and adults master techniques during Learn to Skate programs, and aspiring slap shooters strengthen their grasp on competitive fundamentals during Learn To Play Hockey programs. In addition to lessons, the center also hosts special events, such as birthday parties and on-ice reenactments of The Great Banana Peel Spill of 1908.
“This was my daughter's first time ice skating and she had a blast. Do wish the skate trainers were taller so she wouldn't be consistently leaning over so much. Would...”
“This was my daughter's first time ice skating and she had a blast. Do wish the skate trainers were taller so she wouldn't be consistently leaning over so much. Would love a Groupon that included the choice of ice skating and/or roller skating. ”
“Great rink, but the time options for public skating were very odd, and short.”
“New outdoor rink is very cool!”