"Ice Palace" in Saint Petersburg (Ледовый дворец) is a large multipurpose complex, on which can be carried out sporting events, concerts, exhibitions and other events. The Ice Palace has 12,300 seats for spectators, about 30 cafes and press center.
There can be carried out not only competitions associated with hockey or figure skating in "Ice Palace". There are also conditions for competitions in boxing, wrestling, basketball, volleyball, ballroom dancing and gymnastics. Ice Palace is also suitable for hosting large corporate events.
Ice Palace is the largest venue for concerts in St. Petersburg. Here are regularly conducted performances of Russian and world musicians, variety shows, exhibitions (events in St. Petersburg).
Ice Palace was built along two years from 1998 to 2000, specifically for Ice Hockey World Championships in St. Petersburg in 2000. The first match was played in April 2000. The cost of construction of the Sport Palace amounted up to about $60 million. The general contractor for the project was the "Skanska East Еurоре Оу" company.
Ice Palace has a well-equipped press center area about 700 sq.m. It is possible to hold press conferences, as well as banquets and receptions here
- Area: 37,000 m2.
- Volume of the space: 370,000 m3.
- Number of seats: 12300.
- The dimensions of the hockey field: 30x60 meters.
- Field area can be increased up to 3300 m2.
- Height of the hall: 22 meters.
Major competitions were held in the Ice Palace of St. Petersburg (world championships, European championships, Grand Prix) in hockey, figure skating and other sports.
The most famous artists of the world and Russia are held pop and rock music concerts here.
Major exhibitions are regularly held in the Ice Palace.
Ice Palace ice rink is open for everyone in the free of events days at the.
"Ice Palace" is located in the eastern part of the city, at the intersection of "Prospekt Pyatiletok" and "Russky prospect".
Address: Prospekt Pyatiletok, 1, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Check the Ice Palace location on the city map.
Official website: www.newarena.spb.ru
The nearest metro station: "Prospect Bolshevikov". (Get more information about metro in St. Petersburg.)
The nearest hotel Gem Inn is located approximately 700 meters from the Ice Palace.