Dundrum On Ice – Reopening in October 2015!
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Months of 24th October 2014 – 11th January 2015
THE LAST SKATING SESSION OF THE 2014/15 SEASON WILL BE AT 18:40 ON 11th JANUARY 2015.
Off Peak Times are the first three sessions of each day.
A family ticket covers at least 1 adult and 3 children (under 12) or 2 adults and 2 children(under 12).
Tickets can be purchased at the Venue, during opening hours between 3pm -9pm Monday -Friday. 10:30am – 9:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.
You can book as far in advance as you want up until January 2015
We accept Laser, Visa and MasterCard.
Dundrum On Ice Opening Hours
Dundrum On Ice is open from the 24th October 2014 – 11th January 2015 and is open 7 days a week except Christmas day.
Christmas & New Year Opening Hours:
Christmas Eve (24th Dec): Last skate is the 18:40 session.
Christmas Day (25th Dec): CLOSED
St. Stephen’s Day (26th Dec): First skate of the day is at 11:40am. Last skate of the day is at 18:40.
New Year’s Eve (31st Dec): Last skate of the day is at 18:40.
New Years Day (1st Jan): First skate of the day is at 11:40am. Last skate of the day is at 18:40.
Times For Skating (Unless Stated Otherwise):
- Monday – Friday:- 15.10 – 16.20 – 17.30 – 18.40 – 19.50 – 21.00
- Weekends and Holidays:-10.30, 11.40, 12.50, 14.00, 15.10, 16.20, 17.30, 18.40, 19.50, 21.00
Sessions last for 50 minutes and you should arrive at least 20 minutes before your session starts. It’s a good idea to wear gloves and thick socks, bring an extra pair just in case. It’s is also very important that you read the safety guidelines (Link)
If your children are new to skating it is best to take them during a time when the rink is less crowded. You can call us on 01 5242101 to find out when the rink is not as crowded and choose a time that is best to take them
If you arrive late you can join the session but you will not be given added ice time
Children’s Tickets are only available to under 12’s
Parents or guardians accompanying children must remain in the venue with children during the ice skating session (but you don’t have to skate!)