Pettit National Ice Center, Milwaukee
Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
The Pettit National Ice Center is an official U.S. Olympic Training Site located in the heart of Southeastern Wisconsin. One of only a handful of indoor ovals in the world, the 3,000-seat Center houses a 400-meter indoor speed skating oval and two international-sized ice rinks used for hockey, figure skating, short track speed skating, wheelchair hockey, field trips and other ice sports. EVERYONE and ANYONE has the opportunity to take advantage of this world-class facility by joining elite athletes, skating clubs, recreational skaters and health/fitness enthusiasts in all the Pettit Center has to offer.Plan to visit Pettit National Ice Center and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Milwaukee attractions using our Milwaukee vacation generator.
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While I love my smaller, local ice rinks and open skating, there's something nice about bringing my children who are learning to skate to a big oval. There's only one direction to skate, there are no ... read more »
My 11 year old daughter took some figure skating classes at the Pettit this summer while we were in Wisconsin on vacation. The facilities are amazing with 2 full size rinks, and the instructors are al... read more »
Ok so I only stopped because my last name is Pettit but what an interesting place. You can run skate curl etc here. A great asset to the city.
Very impressive facility! The poor lighting made it difficult to play our pickelball tournament though.
It's a great place to go skating, but every girl I've ever brought here has broken my heart so I just don't have it in me to give it 5 stars. The women who go here are heart breakers, and the skates are a bit uncomfortable. Bring your own if you have them.
Great place to skate, decent prices. Two hours of skating is $7.50 and skate rentals are $3.50. I took off a star for two reasons: the women's skates are absolute garbage. My girlfriend complained about how uncomfortable they were, they also looked disgusting. The other reason is the fact that the ice was in terrible shape. I don't know if it was just because the place was packed or if it's always like that, but it was rough. All in all, it's still a great place to skate around and I do recommend it
Don't get me wrong this place looks great but there services are horrible. My niece had a birthday party here and she had her own room rented out they said we were not allowed to bring our own food. I'm guessing they wanted us to buy there expensive food. This place is so money hungry they only have one size slushies that you can buy for $3 but they had 50 cent cookies which were Delish. DO NOT WEAR THERE ICE SKATING SHOES. THEY WILL HURT YOUR FEET AND MAKE BURN MARKS ON THE SIDE OF YOUR ANKLE!!! Everyone was complaining about there feet. I didn't have a problem with costumer service but the workers seem very shallow. Now back to there prices my sister had to buy single bottles of juice because they did not have 2 litters for parties. If you are planning to go to this place expect to come out of your pocket for bad services.
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