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Disney ICE Rink

Disney ICE Rink (Renamed Anaheim ICE Rink 2005)

Frank Gehry, 1995

Located at Lincoln and Clementine Avenues, the 90,000 square foot state-of-the-art skating facility was designed by renown architect Frank Gehry. The facility features both an NHL regulation rink and Olympic rink, side-by-side under one roof. The ice rink is not just a standard recreation facility, but also serves as the home rink of Disney GOALS (Growth Opportunities through Athletics, Learning and Service). This organization donates free ice time to the community and classroom space to hundreds of youth participants. The NHL Anaheim Ducks of Anaheim use Disney ICE as their practice facility.

Category: Architecture
Location: Anaheim

Medium type: Aluminum; Steel; Wood

Date created: 1995

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