Ice Castles Coupon & Review
UPDATE: Ice Castles is reporting on their Facebook page that Monday, February 17, will be their last day of operation in Utah. This is due to the unseasonably warm weather and rain. They will open at 4pm Monday Feb 17th and close at 10pm. If you bought a ticket this year and were not able to use it, they will honor it for next season. Visit their Facebook page for the details.
The hubs and I decided to go hang out at The Ice Castles today. If you haven’t gone to see them yet and you want to, you’ll want to get out there asap.
The kids look like they really enjoyed this display. A fire performer entertains the waiting crowd and there was an Ice princess inside available for pictures. There are many other photo ops along the paths. I was able to get a perfect pic for next years Christmas Cards.
Best Deal for Ice Castle Tickets
- Select the ticket you wish to buy
- To get $1 off each ticket, select the social share option to share on Facebook
- Purchase the ticket online
- After a ticket is purchased, an email will be sent with a QR code for each ticket
- Show the QR code(s) on your phone to the Ice Castle attendant. We will scan the code at the gate.
After buying tickets online, you will then redeem your ticket at the Ice Castle. Not only will you save some cash, but there is a separate line for ticket holders (far left side) that will save quite a bit of wait time too. If you go on a crowded day, we found the best place to park was at the Post Office (provided it’s closed) just down the street from the Town Hall.
Last, I wanted to mention, the Midway Skating rink. It is right next to the castles. If you want to make a day of it, the skating looked like a lot of fun and wasn’t crowded at all. Hours and pricing can be found here on their website. There are no longer any available coupons for the skating that we could find.
Overall, I found this display pretty fun and interesting. It’s a little slushy this late in winter, but was still worth a look even with the heavy crowds. Take a hood or wear a hat, it “rains” inside the tunnels. I also recommend you wear shoes or boots that you don’t mind getting wet. I’m hoping we’ll see this as an annual event.
Did you make it to the Ice Castles? What did you think?
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