Organised by Leeds City Council with support from media partners Radio Aire and now in its 19th year, the Ice Cube will be open from Friday 1 February until Sunday 24 February 2019.
The hugely-popular event will once again feature an undercover ice rink, allowing visitors to enjoy an outdoor skating experience whatever the weather!
In addition to the open air ice rink, there will be an array of winter themed attractions including the Ice Jet, the Glacier Run Simulator plus the new Airmaxx along with other winter themed rides for children of all ages.
Back for its second year, the Penguin Club will run every Saturday and Sunday mornings, providing a chance for younger children to take their first steps on to the ice in a safe and fun environment with the assistance of the popular penguin skating aids.
Alongside general public ice skating, skating lessons with a qualified coach will be available every Saturday and Sunday mornings.
A special ‘first steps to skating’ tuition programme for Leeds schools children will also be available during term time for schools to book and a weekly dedicated accessible session every Thursday morning at 10am is available for wheelchair users and for other disabled persons who may prefer a more quieter and relaxed environment.
Plus, visitors will be able to enjoy tasty winter treats at the new Skate Escape café, brought to you by the people behind The Mussel Pot & Grill.
Admission tickets for all public ice skating sessions are priced at (including booking fees):
£7.50 Leeds card /Leeds card extra
£7 Child (under 13) / Breezecard holders
For more information on session times, prices and how to book, please visit www.millsqleeds.com/icecube