Guildford Spectrum is a leisure complex in Guildford, Surrey, England. Owned by Guildford Borough Council, it was opened on 28 February 1993 at a cost of £28 million. It is the home of ice hockey team the Guildford Flames, and other sports clubs. In addition to its large indoor sports arena it has an Olympic size ice rink, four swimming pools, a tenpin bowling centre, squash courts and football/athletics stadium.
8 lane 25m Competition pool with spectator seating. Used for lane swimming sessions, public sessions and private swimming galas.
Diving pool with 1 & 3m springboards and 5m platform
Free-form beach-style Leisure Pool with depths ranging from zero (beach entrance/exit) to 1.5 metres. This pool includes 4 slides: Flume, Tyre ride, Aqua Whizz, The Surf and 2 small slides for younger children. The pool has various bubble beds, water sprays and a wave machine.
The arena is used mostly for sporting activities and can accommodate 10 badminton courts, two 5-a-side football pitches, two indoor tennis courts, two basketball courts and two volleyball courts as well as trampolining
Spectrum arena can also be transformed into an entertainment venue with seating for 1500
Has overlooking Corporate Hospitality facilities
Action Suite is a multi-purpose hall which accommodates a large range of aerobic and exercise classes.