The Lee Valley Ice Centre in North East London offers public skating sessions, weekend disco nights and ice skating lessons for all ages and abilities.
After your session on the ice, you can take a break with fresh food and drinks at the Blade Ice-Bar cafe which overlooks the rink.
The centre hosts special events throughout the year, from ice hockey matches to international skating competitions. The venue can also be privately hired for birthday parties and other events.
Venue Details & Map
Lee Valley Ice Centre
Lea Bridge Road
- +44 (0)30 0003 0624
Had an entertaining and affordabe night out, watching the London raiders ice hockey here. It's a top quality arena with a solid food stall, at very affordable prices, and standard seating. The facilities were clean albeit a tad outdated.
If you're looking for something different to do, at an affordable price (which is difficult in london) check out the raiders. Even if you're not an...more
Definitely one of the top ice skating rinks in the country. The staff are amazing and helpful, the prices are decent and overall the atmosphere is chilled and joyful. Would definitely recommend.more
I was at a private Christmas party there and was amazed by how well organised everything was. It was clear that a lot of effort was put in order to satisfy our requirements for the event. Although it was my first time ice skating I got quite a few tips from the friendly staff members which helped a lot in not getting my bottom bruised. I was very pleased with the overall experience.more
I've only recently discovered this area; Lee valley overall is a bit of a surprise. It's generally a bit dilapidated, forgotten, overlooked. Sprawling over parts of East London that most people pass through without giving the area a second glance. No hipsters to be found here.
What I never expected was to find so much sporting action here; least of all an ice rink. Indeed it is no Somerset...more
This is the home of the Lea Valley Kings, one of London's top ice hockey teams. Visit in the evenings and you are likely to meet at least one of their squad, practising their slinky moves on the rink. For the less fleet-footed, a barrier-aided scrabble around the perimeter will have to do, interspersed, of course, with the obligatory dozen degrading dumps on the coccix. Apart from my lack of...more