Since its invention, ice skating has brought us countless thrilling hockey games, scores of inspiring figure-skating routines, and one unforgettable NBA season. Be like Darryl Dawkins in the ’82–83 season with today’s Groupon to Polar Ice House in Grapevine. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get an individual public-skate admission and skate rental for two (a $24 value).
- For $59, you get a nine-week Learn to Skate class, which takes place once a week from February 27 to April 28 (a $135 value). Customers choose classes on one day of the week: Tuesdays, Fridays, or Saturdays.<p>
Polar Ice House’s experienced skating instructors help rookies get their ice legs during nine-week introductory lessons and let experienced skaters soar on their own to the tunes of weekend DJs. During public-skating sessions, families and friends shave ice with rented skates and boogie down on the weekends when Laser Skate turns Polar Ice House into the coldest nightclub in town. Alternatively, the Learn to Skate class instills the fundamentals of ice artistry in half-hour practice sessions with a certified figure-skating instructor. Receiving free skate rentals on class days, each student glides away from sessions with nine public-admission passes, a certificate of participation, and the techniques necessary to finally alter Mickey’s destiny in Disney on Ice.
Polar Ice House
Polar Ice House beckons ice-caperers aged 3 and older onto its slippery stage, where they can hone figure-skating and hockey skills or simply twiddle their blades during daily open-skate sessions. Beginners' skating courses include an all-ages Learn to Skate program and a Parent-Tot class that re-creates the gliding experience of moonwalking on an air-hockey table. The rink also hosts whirling laser-light shows that captivate the eyes of skaters on Friday and Saturday night, as well as private events such as birthday parties or broomball tournaments.
“Awesome place for kids to get some relief from the summer heat!”
“Awesome place to have fun!!! ”
“it was good ”