Site last updated 11/20/20

UPDATES/RECENTLY ADDED (click on the item below to go to the corresponding file or page)

FRIDAY, 11/21 8:00 to 10:00PM
SATURDAY, 11/22 1:45 to 4:45PM, 6:30 to 9:00PM

SUNDAY, 11/23 2:00 to 4:00PM, 7:00 to 9:00PM

FRIDAY, 11/21 12:30 to 2:30PM, 8:00 to 10:00PM
SATURDAY, 11/22 11:00AM to 1:30PM, 4:30 to 6:30PM, 7:00 to 9:00PM


Temperatures will be checked at the door.  Masks or full facial coverings must be worn and social distancing observed at all times while inside of the Wonderland of Ice.

Must make a reservation & INCLUDE your name before showing up

Travis Roy
Travis Roy (45) of North Yarmouth Academy, Tabor Academy, Boston University, the greater Hockey community, champion of survivors of spinal cord injuries, and greater New England, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 29th in Vermont. After Travis suffered a spinal cord injury 25 years ago this month, eleven seconds into his first shift on the ice as a Boston Terrier, he transformed his life, finding new purpose. Travis was an exceptional motivational speaker, inspiring thousands of kids though his talks at schools and countless others through his corporate appearances. Travis co-authored his life story “Eleven Seconds” with E.M. Swift before starting the Travis Roy Foundation. After 20 years, the Travis Roy Foundation has helped thousands of people and raised more than $19 million dollars. Travis was a best friend to many and an inspiration to all who knew him. Travis was awarded an honorary Doctorate from Boston University, celebrating his life’s work and recognizing his incredible contributions to the world. Travis is survived by his father Lee, his mother Brenda, his sister Tobi and her husband Keith, along with several loving cousins in Colchester VT. He has three nieces; Liv, Sophie and Finley and a nephew Grady, currently attending BU.


-LEARN TO SKATE (updated 9/25)






   The official practice facility of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers!

Wonderland Of Ice, is a city-owned facility that originally opened in 1967 in Bridgeport, CT with one sheet of ice. In 2007, A capital improvement project added a second National Hockey (NHL)-sized skating rink and a new curling facility and lobby. Still to be completed  are renovations to the existing locker rooms, restrooms and old lobby.  
In addition to figure skating, hockey and curling, Wonderland offers public skating; lessons in skating, hockey and figure skating; skate rentals; a pro shop and snack bar. A restaurant and bar will be added down the road.
Youth, high school, college and adult league hockey is played at the rink. The youth league has about 800 players and the adult league has approximately 300 participants. The rink is home to the Fairfield Prep Varsity and JV hockey teams, Fairfield High School Boys and Girls Varsity hockey teams, Laurelton Hall Girls Varsity hockey team and the Sacred Heart Men’s Club Hockey teams.
The Connecticut Storm, a statewide team for youth with special needs is based at Wonderland. A summer league that attracts NHL and Division I college players from the Northeast also plays at the rink. The facility is home to the Bridgeport Skating Club, a member of the US Figure Skating Association.