Public Skating in London


The cold weather means it is time to strap on your skates and find somewhere to skate. Come on, you’re in Canada. Skating is practically mandatory.


The City of London has begun it’s Public Skating schedule and there are many arenas open daily for parent-toddler (PT) skates (children under 5 years old), after school skates, or weekend fun. Please make note that all children aged 5 and under must wear a CSA approved helmet at all times while on the ice, for all programs. All people on the ice during any of the Shinny skates must wear a CSA approved, full caged helmet.

For the full schedule, see HERE.

Unfortunately, sometimes skate times must be cancelled. For a list of schedule changes, see HERE.


Children (12 and under): $3.25

Youth (13-17): $3.50

Adults (18-54): $4.25

Seniors (55+): $3.50

Family (with up to 2 related adults): $8.00

PT Skates are FREE


Skating passes are good for 20 skates and are a great way to save on admission for those who visit the arenas regularly.  They also make a great Christmas gift!

Children (12 and under): $49.44

Youth (13-17): $54.24

Adults (18-54): $69.21

Seniors (55+): $54.24

Family (with up to 2 related adults): $108.48

Taxes are included

Financial assistance may be available for families unable to afford a pass. Please call 519-661-5575 for more information.


Outdoor Skating is scheduled to begin in early December. Check back for more information!

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