The Ice Castles in Hawrelak Park need to close for a few days of love & care (curse you, warm weather!) so here are the details:
ICE CASTLES TEMPORARY CLOSURE AND NEW HOURS
Due to the warm weather, Ice Castles Edmonton will be temporarily closed for maintenance. Ice Castles
will re-open with new hours of operation on Saturday, February 18 until the end of the season. Please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have already purchased tickets and need to change them.
Wednesday February 15: closed
Thursday February 16: closed
Friday February 17: closed
Saturday February 18: 6-10pm
Sunday February 19: 6-9pm & Monday February 20: 6-9pm
Tuesday February 21: closed
Wednesday February 22: 6-9pm & Thursday February 23: 6-9pm
Friday February 24: 6-10pm & Saturday February 25: 6-10pm
Sunday February 26: 6-9pm
If you havent gone yet, go now before its gone!
More about the Ice Castle:
The two-sized winter wonderland is crafted by hand, using only icicles and water, and resembles organic formations found in nature, like those of frozen waterfalls, glaciers or ice caves.
Edmontons Ice Castle is in partnership with the City of Edmonton and the Silver Skate Festival. Guests are invited to not only view the beauty of the structure but also to squeeze, squish and crawl through parts of the stunning Narnia-like display.
Favorite photo spots can be found in the throne room, in front of the waterfall and throughout the winding ice maze.
Children enjoy zooming down the tubular ice slide and spelunking through small tunnels.
Ice Castles are the brainchild of US-based ice artist Brent Christensen. The Ice Castle features millions of icicles that sparkle a glacial blue by day and glow multi-coloured at night with the help of thousands of LED lights embedded in the ice. Every visitor to the Ice Castle will have a unique experience as the ice is always evolvingfreezing, melting, and being reshaped by Ice Castles artisans.
For hours and tickets: www.icecastles.com