Midway Ice Castles Discount Giveaway

Midway Ice Castles is a unique opportunity to visit man-made icicles made into a large castle. Last year, the Midway Ice Castles included tunnels and even a large slide. You can read more about our Ice Castles experience here.

This year, the Midway Ice Castles is set to open around December 29, 2017. Opening and the creation of the Ice Castles are completely reliant on the weather. In years past, it has opened earlier in the year, sometimes later, and sometimes closes early because of warmer weather.

Make note that the Midway Ice Castles will be able to be viewed at The Homestead at 700 Homestead Drive, Midway, Utah.

Hours

Monday – Thursday: 6pm – 9pm

Friday: 6pm – 10:30 pm

Saturday: 6pm – 10:30pm

Closed Sunday

Ticket Prices

Monday-Thursday

Online- General Admission (12+): $9.95 Child (4-11): $6.95

Walkup (Standy)- General Admission (12+): $15 Child (4-11): $10

Friday-Sunday

Online- General Admission (12+): $14.95 Child (4-11): $8.95

Walkup (Standy)- General Admission (12+): $19 Child (4-11): $12

*Holiday pricing is the same as weekend pricing (Dec. 26-28, Jan. 1, Jan. 15, and Feb. 19)

Parking

When pulling into The Homestead off of Homestead Drive, continue following the road left until it wraps around the “Homestead Crater.” At the end of the road you will be greeted by a parking attendant who will help you.

Wear Boots! The walking surface inside of the Ice Castles is made of crushed ice. Walking in boots is definitely best.

Buy Tickets Before You Arrive! When you buy a ticket, you buy an arrival time. We ask that you arrive within your 30 minute time window. Once you are inside the castle you can stay as long as you’d like!

Save some trees! When you buy your tickets online we’ll send you an email with a unique QR code, so there’s no need to print your tickets. We can scan the code right from your phone!

Photos are encouraged (and we want to see them! #icecastles) but we ask that you please leave photography equipment such as tripods and lights at home. For information about commercial or specialized photo sessions please email us at info@icecastles.com.

Sleds are better. We highly recommend bringing a small sled to pull children instead of a stroller. It is extremely difficult to push the stroller through the castle (think of it like trying to push a stroller through a sandy beach).

Midway Ice Castles Giveaway

Enter to win 4 tickets to the Midway Ice Castles on our Instagram page.

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