With two ice rinks, there is plenty of space to have fun. The children’s rink is especially for younger skaters while the Admiral Rink is for all ages and abilities – take your pick and skate on!
We’ve added a brand new family ticket – available in advance and online only.
Ice Skating Tickets
Ice skating tickets can now be purchased from Swansea Tourist Information Centre in person or on 01792 637300 and at the Skate House in Waterfront Winterland from 16 November.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.
|Ticket Type||Off Peak
Mon – Fri (sessions starting before 5pm until Thur 19 Dec)
All other times (sessions from 5pm, all weekends & from 20 Dec)
|Adult (Standard skate ticket)||£5.50||£8.00|
|Concession (OAP and students with cards)||£5.50||£7.00|
|Children (15 and under)||£5.50||£6.00|
|Passport to Leisure (please bring PTL card)||£5.50||£6.00|
|BRAND NEW FAMILY TICKET! Admits 2 adults and 2 children. This ticket is available in advance and online only||£20.00||£25.00|
Skating ticket price includes skate hire – last skate time is one hour before closing. Skate sessions last for 40 minutes.
**Please note that there is a 2% charge added to all CREDIT CARD payments.
Fancy a Christmas work party or team building with a difference? The Admiral Rink is available for hire between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday – Friday. Please call 01792 635428 for details.
Book tickets for the children’s ice rink for your kids so that they can get used to ice skating. If they’re a bit unsteady even with a grown up, they can hop onto penguin stabiliser and enjoy their skate around!
They can move to the main Admiral rink in the same session once they have confidence (children cannot move from the main rink to the children’s rink though).
Children on the children’s rink can be accompanied by one adult, who must also have a skating ticket for the children’s rink (the adult can also transfer to the main Admiral rink).
There’s also an undercover spectator area and indoor cafe , so get a rinkside seat, relax and watch the skaters go in Swansea’s wonderland this winter.
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