If woolly mammoths had mastered the triple Lutz, they would’ve made it out of the Ice Age and into the Bronze Age, if not the Silver or Gold Age. Ensure your long-term survival with today’s Groupon to the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo. Choose between the following options:
- For $6, you get a skating package for one (up to an $11.50 total value).
- For $11, you get a skating package for two (up to a $23 total value).
- For $20, you get a skating package for four (up to a $46 total value).<p>
Each skating package includes: * Adult or child admission (up to an $8 value per person) * Skate rental (a $3.50 value per person)<p>
- For $150, you get private rink and equipment rental for a one-hour broomball game for up to 20 people ages 18 and older (a $400 value). Rentals are typically scheduled starting at midnight.<p>
Toyota Sports Center entices skaters of all ages with a trio of glassy rinks smooth enough to be commandeered for official practices by the LA Kings. Strapped into skates from the rental shop, toes twinkle across either the NHL or Pond sheets according to the public-skate schedule during 2–3-hour sessions. Pairs link arms and lap the flattened glacier in search of preserved saber-toothed zambonis, and spinners head to the center of the rink to showcase their dizzying twirls.
Broomball exchanges scalpel-like footwear for comfy tennis shoes in a slippery, rowdy late-night hockey spinoff. Across a tundra decked only with nets and wayward penguins, helmeted players tousle to launch a hard rubber ball into the opposing goal using only a common broom and a sense of balance. An in-house bar optionally lubricates the action for 21-and-older players.
Toyota Sports Center
Toyota Sports Center entices skaters of all ages with a trio of glassy rinks smooth enough to be commandeered for official practices by the L.A. Kings. When the pros aren't reigning over the ice, guests can improve their skills during skating lessons or come practice on a public skating sessions to lap the flattened glacier in search of preserved saber-toothed zambonis. Toyota Sports Center also educates aspiring Great Ones with beginners hockey classes, hosts youth and adult leagues, and encourages visitors to bulk up off the ice at the fitness center, which is outfitted with free weights and treadmills for those slowly reconnecting with exercise on solid ground.