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Ice Castles is an awe-inspiring, must-see winter phenomenon that brings fairytales to life. The frozen attraction is located in six cities across North America. Ice Castles is built entirely by hand using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed...more
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Although this is a seasonal attraction in the winter it's worth the wait. Beautiful and fun no matter how cold it gets. It was below zero the night we went but there was hot cocoa and some fires to warm up by. Ice slides, beautiful...More
I am well into my senior years and viewed this adventure my daughter scheduled, to not be on the senior list of things to do. Is it unique? Absolutely. Different things shaped out of ice with different colors throughout. Is it cold? Absolutely - dress...More
I have been to nashville tnn to the ice house, but comparing it to ice castle is like comparing apples and oranges, totally different. It takes 1 to 2 hours, depending on how many times you want to slide down the ice slide. Definitely see...More
I finally made my way to the Ice Castles this past weekend. You won’t need more than two hours for sure. Dress warm and you will enjoy.
FYI. Road to parking lot was EXTREMELY Muddy, parking lot was a total mud bog. After that, you...More
We went at night it is lit up so pretty. It is family or couple friendly. There are places to climb through and slide through for adults and children. They have a snack shop with goodies to buy. They also have little fire pits to...More
The entrance looks unassuming but behind it is a large maze of ice walls and arches. There are tunnels and cracks for kids to crawl through. Ice sculptures on a hill up above the main area. Ice chair to sit in and a fun fountain....More
Found out about this online and drive 4 hours to see it. We did the horse and sliegh ride too. It is breathtaking. Plan accordingly and dress in layers. 300 tons of ice to play on and in. It’s about a 30-40 min visit so...More
My wife found this place and so we picked a good night to go- no snow during the day, cold but not bitterly so (although we also did the sleigh ride which was a bit chillier). It was sold out but did not seem overly...More