The Mayo Civic Auditorium was an ice hockey arena in Rochester, Minnesota. Although still standing today, it is no longer used as a rink.

It was built in 1938, using money donated by the Doctors Mayo who also built the famous clinic. Although it was not originally built as a hockey arena, an ice rink was installed. The rink was very small.

This was the only indoor artificial ice rink in southern Minnesota until 1968.

The (senior) Rochester Mustangs called this rink home during their existence from 1947 to 1970.