Wisconsin’s Coolest Winter Attraction
Built with thousands of lit-up icicles, the one-acre interactive Ice Castles features tricked-out tunnels, thrones, slides, and fountains. Projected to open in early January 2020, this over-the-top Instagrammable ice kingdom will be yours to explore through early March, weather permitting.
STAY & PLAY AT THE CLOSEST HOTEL TO ICE CASTLES
Prepare for a truly royal winter when you pair a visit to Ice Castles with an overnight at the neighboring Ridge Hotel. Located just across Lake Como from Ice Castles, The Ridge Hotel is the premier Ice Castles destination, promising magical views of this frozen fortress plus Wisconsin’s best outdoor winter entertainment center, The Ice Box. With an ice bar and throne plus two curling sheets, The Ice Box beckons you to chillax Wisconsin-style.
OVERNIGHT ICE CASTLE PACKAGES
Pack in the ultimate in winter fun with The Ridge Hotel’s Ice Castles package. This curated overnight experience sets you up with a shuttle to and from Ice Castles as well as a $25 food & beverage credit, and ice skate rentals with s’mores at our ice rink. Click below to learn more.
SECURE YOUR ICE CASTLES TICKETS
While opening day for Ice Castles is fully reliant on the weather, the Ice Castles team expects to open the Wisconsin attraction in early January 2020, with tickets offered for sale online 7-10 days prior to the opening. Click below for ticket details.
Discounted tickets currently are on sale at www.icecastles.com through Monday, December 2, as part of a loyalty pre-sale. We advise buying your tickets now for the best dates and rates.
ICE CASTLE HOURS
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday | 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday | 4:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Saturday | noon – 10:30 p.m.
Sunday | noon – 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday | Closed
Once inside Ice Castles, there is no time limit on how long you may remain.
ICE CASTLE TICKET PRICING
Weekdays: $11.99 for children and $16.99 for adults
Weekends: $15.99 for children and $20.99 for adults on weekends.
Children age 3 and under are admitted for free.
Photos courtesy of Ice Castles