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Idda Arena Photo: Steinar Skeie Idda Arena Photo: Steinar Skeie Idda Arena Photo: Steinar Skeie
Idda Arena Photo: Steinar Skeie
Idda Arena Photo: Steinar Skeie
Idda Arena Photo: Steinar Skeie
Kristiansand's new icehall, Idda Arena, contains an ice skating rink and a curling hall.

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Kristiansand's new icehall, Idda Arena, contains an ice skating rink and a curling hall.

The hockey hall is the main arena with ice rink and audience spaces for up to 1000 people. You wil find organized hockey training and ice skating for private persons in the icehall.

It is mandatory with helmets for everyone on the ice. This and all other equipment can be rented in the reception.

Ticket Prices:
Children - NOK 30, -
Adults - NOK 50, -
Family (2 adults + 2 children) - NOK 125, -

Rental of equipment:
Skating - NOK 40, -
Helmet - NOK 20, -
Complete (skate helmet +) - NOK 50, -
Sharpening skates - NOK 50, -

Inside you will also find 4 curling rinks and a private VIP room. This can be hired by companies, associations and other groups and used for events / team building activities. Tribune capacity in the curling hall is 400. There is also a separate weight training room, dojo / martial arts arena, and a separate room for multiple activities like dancing.  You will also find a café at Idda Arena.

Idda is located at Grim, 2 km outside Kristiansand’s city center.

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  • Sports Sports
  • Ball games Ball games
  • Family activities Family activities

Hours

8/31/2013 - 12/31/2014
Fri
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Sat - Sun
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Idda Arena

Kristiansand's new icehall, Idda Arena, contains an ice skating rink and a curling hall. The hockey hall is the main arena with ice rink and audience...

Idda Arena

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