Iceworks Skating Complex15 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: 3100 Dutton Mill Rd, Aston, PA 19014, USA, United States
- Timings: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6104972200
- Tags: Arena, Family And Kids
The IceWorks Skating Complex, just as the name suggests is a popular ice-skating complex that opened its doors in the year 1997 and includes one Olympic sized rink and three NHL sized rink. Today, IceWorks Skating Complex is a state-of-the-art facility that encompasses a pub and grill, a restaurant, a pro shop, figure skating, and hockey training rooms, arcade, rooms for organizing birthday parties, banquet halls and much more. Today, the facility is home to over 180 teams of hockey. The rinks are very well-maintained and whether you are hoping to learn skating or are a professional, a visit to this skating facility would prove to be a delightful experience.
How to Reach Iceworks Skating Complex
- Bus 114 to stop - Dutton Mill Rd & Turner Way – FS
- Bus 114 to stop - Pennell Rd & Lampost Ln - FS
IceWorks Skating Complex Reviews & Ratings
This is a very nice rink with plenty of parking for so many rinks. Even with events going on at all rinks, there are always spots. Once inside, there is plenty of room to move around. There is a pub/grill which is nice to sit and eat at. We have been coming to this rink for several years and enjoy this facility. Each of the rinks has really good seating allowing you to see all of the game unobstructed. Rink 4 has an elevated platform above the lockers but seating is minimal. Your best bet is to stand at the railing if you want to see the game. The only thing keeping this from 5 stars are that there is no option for heating in the stands area and at night the parking lot is not that well lit. When looking for parking at night, drive slow with your high beams on as there are teams warming up outside. *UPDATE* Rinks 3 and 4 do not have above head heating in the stands like the other rinks. The parking lot lights did come on and brighten the lot. It gets darker earlier due to daylight savings do its not dark for too long.
My husband and I had our first-time ice skating at IceWorks Skating Complex and it was a lot of fun. We really enjoyed skating, however, the skates given to me weren't the skates I asked for and the rink was in need of some repair. We arrive a bit before open skate, we didn't realize it at the time and tried to get on the rink a minute or two before open skate started and we were stopped by an employee quite rudely.
Me and some of my teammates were playing soccer and we accidentally kicked the ball on the roof.we asked the employees if they could go and get the ball. Next morning me and my dad were waiting after my game for and they said no. They said it was to far to walk. It would have taken him five minutes at most. Terrible employees.TERRIBLE
Don’t go here if you don’t want your children to be harassed and publicly shamed for their skating ability. My son had never been to IceWorks before and has never ice skated. His friends invited him as a fun activity during Christmas break and I didn’t discourage him from trying it anyway. Well now he’ll never try again after his experience here. He was having trouble and rented and paid for a walker. Then whichever employee was in the penalty box screamed at him and tried to take it away from him, embarrassing him in front of everyone. They obviously had no problem taking his money to rent it, so his age couldn’t be the explanation. When he panicked and tried to get off the ice to return it, as he believed he was being ordered to, he was again yelled at and publicly humiliated for not exiting in the correct spot. So next time you think about spending your money here, imagine your child trying something difficult for the first time in front of many people, then being debased and berated and shamed by someone who was supposed to be there to help customers.