Figure skating & skating for school groups

Skating for the public and school groups

State-of-the-art technology and crystal-clear transparency – in the glass ice palace, complete with breathtaking, unobstructed views of Innsbruck’s Nordkette mountain range, professional ice hockey and tennis players, handballers and ice dancers demonstrate their sporting prowess. From power play to pirouettes on the ice, they guarantee fully packed seats and a second-to-none ambience. Cheering, rooting and firing up the atmosphere is the name of the game in the Tiroler Wasserkraft Arena.

Public ice skating

Wed 2.00 pm–4.20 pm
Sat 2.00 pm–4.20 pm & 8.00 pm–9.50 pm
Sun 2.00 pm–4.20 pm

Outdoor ice track
Mon–Sun 2.00 pm–4.50 pm & 8.00 pm–9.50 pm
During the Christmas holidays (25.-30.12.2019 und 01.-06.01.2020) and mid-term break (10.-16.02.2020) the outdoor ice track stays open without a break from 2.00 pm to 10.00 pm.
On December 24th 2019 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 31st 2019 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:50 p.m.

*) Opening period is weather-dependent. May be subject to change.

Cancelled public ice skating TIWAG Arena
Sat 25.01.20  02.00 pm – 04.20 pm and 08.00 pm – 09.50 pm 

The outdoor ice track is open!

Ice scating for school groups

(07.10.2019 - 03.04.2020)
Mon – Fri 11.30 am – 12.50 pm
Wed 11.30 am - 4.20 pm (together with public skaters from 2.00 pm onwards)

Outdoor ice track
(18.11.2019 - 07.02.2020)
Mon - Fri 10.00 am - 4.50 pm (together with public skaters from 2.00 pm onwards)

Cancelled ice skating for school groups

No school group skating during the Christmas holidays and mid-term break.


Useful information

Operating season: approx. 9-10 months in the year; food and drinks service all year round

Access and layout
Main entrance on the north side (between the two halls)
Secondary entrance on the north-east side
Modern access control and ticketing system
Wheelchair accessible entrances and exits, lifts
21 sectors over two levels

Food and beverages
Central catering provided by the Olympiaworld gastronomy services VIP area

Centre for ice sport events
Ice hockey, figure skating, short track speed skating, curling, ice stock sport, recreational skating for the public

  • Measurements arena area 60 x 30 m
  • Useable floor space max. 1,800 m²
  • Clear height 14 m

Terraced stands: 3,000 people (21 sectors over two levels)
(includes seating for 1,400)
Additional arena space for up to 600 people depending on the event in question

Rates: Ice skating

Adults € 5,50
Adults 10-admissions pass € 44,00
Children up to/incl. 14 years € 3,00
Children 10-admissions pass € 24,00
Family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) € 11,00
Groups adults (10 or more) € 4,50 per person
Groups children (10 or more) € 2,50 per person
School pupils, students, apprentices, senior citizens € 2,50
School classes € 2,50 pro school pupil
A large numbers of skates are available for hire. Rental charge:€ 4,50.
Discounts for ‘JUFF’ family pass holders.
Free admission for holders of the ‘Freizeitticket Tirol’, Innsbruck Card and Ski Plus City Pass Innsbruck-Stubai.
NB: Discounts can only be granted when valid proof of ID is shown.