VERMONT ICE CASTLE OPENING SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 2015
Acre-sized, all-ice castle in Stratton, Vermont. One of four Ice Castles in America.
Sun Bowl Lodge, Stratton Mountain Resort, Vermont 05360
Opening day: Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015, 6:30-10 p.m.
Open thereafter through March 7, 2015 (weather permitting):
–Sunday-Thursday: 2-9 p.m.
–Friday-Saturday: 2-10 p.m.
— Amazing ice features including archways, tunnels, slot canyons, ice slide, caverns, glacial waterfalls and a frozen throne.
— Kids and families squeezing, squishing, sliding, stomping and crawling through parts of the stunning, Narnia-like display.
— Glacial blue ice during the day; colorful LED-lit ice set to music at night.
— Cory Livingood, Ice Castles lead artisan
For ages four and up, tickets are:
— Anytime admission (Sundays-Saturdays), ages 12+: $12.95
— Weekday admission (Mondays-Thursdays), ages 12+: $9.95
— Anytime Child admission (Sundays-Saturdays), ages 4-11: $8.95
— Weekday Child admission (Mondays-Thursdays), ages 4-11: $6.95
Children 3 and under are free. Individual Season Pass: $25. Tickets can be purchased on site or at icecastles.com/stratton/.
About Ice Castles
Ice Castles is a Utah-based company, led by ice artist Brent Christensen, that creates acre-sized, all-ice castles at venues across the United States. Over 500,000 visitors have visited an Ice Castle since the company’s establishment in 2009.