The city will once again be getting its skates on when Leeds’s coolest wintertime attraction returns to Millennium Square this Friday (January 31) to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

Open until Sunday, February 23, Ice Cube will once again give visitors a chance to whizz around the ice under a specially covered outdoor real ice rink complete with a transparent marquee style roof.

The attraction’s penguin club on Saturday and Sunday mornings will mean children can take their first steps on to the ice in a fun and safe environment with the assistance of the popular penguin skating aids.

A limited number of one-to-one skating lessons with a qualified coach will also be available every weekend morning for those willing to brush up on their skating skills and a dedicated accessible session will once again take place every Thursday morning at 10am for wheelchair users and other disabled persons.

In addition to the ice rink, the Ice Cube will host a wide range of winter-themed family rides and attractions including the Radio Aire Ice Slide, North Pole Star Flyer, the adrenaline-fuelled Ice Jet and many more.

Event media partner Radio Aire will be providing the official soundtrack to this year’s event and will be on hand every Saturday afternoon with competitions, random acts of kindness and a free glitter station.

Tickets are available to purchase online at, by telephone on 0113 376 0318 or in person from either the City Centre Box Office in Leeds Town Hall or from the on-site event ticket office from 31 January.

Full booking details including prices, session times and further information can be found at:

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