Disclosure: I received a family pack of tickets for review purposes only. All opinions are my own.
On our recent trip up north for February school vacation, we took a detour to Lincoln, New Hampshire to check out the handmade Ice Castles. These Ice Castles, handcrafted from ice, are currently offered in 5 locations: UT, NH, MN, WI and AB and although we have had some unseasonably warm weather, these Ice Castles are still standing tall and are worth a look in person! Check out their website for temporary closures and current up to date hours.
INFORMATION FOR ICE CASTLE IN LINCOLN, NEW HAMPSHIRE:
Located at 64 Railroad St, Lincoln, NH 03521, also known as Hobo Junction Station. Viewings of the Ice Castles begin at 3pm and go through 9pm, Monday through Thursday. They are closed Tuesday's, except during Massachusetts and New Hampshire breaks. Friday hours are 3pm-10pm, Saturday 12pm-10pm and Sundays 12pm-8pm.
Online Tickets are your best best and cost: General Admission (12+): $12.95 (weekday) $15.95 (Fri, Sat and Sun) Child (4-11): $8.95 (weekdays) $12.95 (Fri, Sat and Sun) Standyby, At the Door Tickets are a little more - General Admission (12+): $18 Child (4-11): $12 (weekdays) General Admission (12+): $20 Child (4-11): $15 (Fri, Sat, Sun)
Visuals include: archways, tunnels, slot canyons, ice slide, caverns, glacial waterfalls and a frozen throne.
Enjoy natural frozen ice tones during the day and colorful LED-lit ice set to music at night.
Over an acre of frozen ice walls, tunnels, towers, archways and more!
Be sure to dress for winter in warm layers and wear snow boots!!
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