Late Winter Fun at the Ice Castles
Temps are finally warming up a little bit, so it’s time to take advantage of all things winter before they disappear. If you haven’t had the chance to see them yet. Ice Castles Minnesota have extended their open dates through March 14th, so there’s still time to get out there. (Not from the Twin Cities? There are also castles in New Hampshire, Vermont and Utah!)
The ice castles are build with icicles, so it looks rustic and natural. It’s not a palace made of ice blocks–it has an organic feel with a waterfall and tunnels and slides for the kids.
The ice castles are a great photo opportunity all around. I’ve seen some amazing senior photos and family portraits done here. A young lady was getting Quincenara photos taken. She looked amazing in her Elsa-blue gown, but bare shoulders in 20 degrees? No thanks! I went with an ice blue coat and jumbo scarf instead.
Picture yourself here! A great photo opportunity to play Queen of the ice castles by sitting on the ice throne! (Caution: cold. Duh.)
Other small fun details are fun to discover, like Elsa and Anna frozen into an ice sphere!
Or if Superman is more your thing, he’s trapped in ice too.
Ice Castles Minnesota Outfit Details
Scarf Raj / Coat Similar / Jeans DL 1961 / Headband / Dress H&M / Boots (Similar)
Ice Castles Minnesota Discount Code
Use Ice Castles Minnesota coupon code “cubfoods” online to purchase tickets for $2 off. Weekend ticket prices are 12.95, but save by going during the week for only 9.95. Children’s tickets are also discounted–visit Ice Castles for more detailed ticket information.
Have you visited an ice castle?
Want to see more? A few music videos have been filmed at ice castles.
I linked this post to the #iGraphy photo link up, check it out!