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The House Skatepark

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The House Skatepark

Back in the summer of 1997 two young(ish) lads with fire in their bellies and too much cricket on the telly were searching for somewhere to put their audacious plan into action. Rob and Tom were combing the city for a suitable venue for an indoor skatepark, and when Rob found a spacious warehouse in Sheffield’s industrial quarter, with his initials already painted onto the carpark, it was clear fate had played a hand. The House was meant to be. Fast forward a few months and on 7th May 1998 The House Skatepark opened its doors for the first time, initially created from more MDF than you’d find on a TV makeover show and funded with a loan from the Princes Youth Business Trust. While time, Tom, and the MDF have all moved on, Rob is still behind the counter and the House has become a local institution with its annual Comp a highlight in the skating calendar. If there is such a thing. The skatepark is a regular stopping off point for national tours and hosts skate video premiers in its swanky bar area, the James B

Opening times

Term times:
Monday 12pm – 9pm
Tuesday 5pm – 9pm
Wednesday 12pm – 9pm
Thursday 5pm – 10pm
Friday 12pm – 9pm
Saturday 10am – 9pm
Sunday 10pam – 9pm

Holiday times:
Monday 11am - 9pm
Tuesday 11am – 9pm
Wednesday 11am – 9pm
Thursday 11am – 9pm
Friday 11am – 9pm
Saturday 10am – 9pm
Sunday 10am – 9pm

Prices:
1 hour £2.50
2 hours £4
3 hours £5
4 hours £6
5 hours £7
All day £8

Membership £1 and last forever.

Helmets and mandatory for under 14 on a skateboard and under 16 on rollerblades. Helmets are available free is needed.

We don’t allow BMXs in, sorry.

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Location

  • Sheffield