- Date: TBD
- Time: see Hours of Operation
- Venue: Hawrelak Park, Edmonton, AB
This winter, Ice Castles, LLC will bring its popular winter attraction back to Canada. Edmonton’s Ice Castle will be built in Hawrelak Park and is in partnership with the City of Edmonton and the Silver Skate Festival. Construction is underway and the Ice Castle is expected to be open to the public late December 2017, through March 2018, weather permitting.
This winter wonderland is crafted by hand, using only icicles and water, and resembles organic formations found in nature, like those of frozen waterfalls, glaciers or ice caves. Guests are invited to not only view the beauty of the structure but also to squeeze, squish and crawl through parts of the stunning Narnia-like display.
Hosting a "Free" Festival is not an easy task. The Silver Skate team is excited about providing a new activity for our Winter City and Albertans and to help provide our Not for Profit Society with more financial sustainability.
Hours of Operation:
3pm - 9pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursday (closed Tuesday - except during the Silver Skate Festival)
3pm -10pm on Fridays
12pm -10pm on Saturdays
12pm - 8pm on Sundays
General Admission Tickets:
TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT ORDER YOUR TICKETS ON LINE BEFORE HEADING TO THE ICE CASTLE!
12+ are $12.95 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and $16.95 Friday-Sunday.
For ages 4-11, tickets are $9.95 Monday, Wednesday,Thursday and $12.95 Friday-Sunday.
12+ are $16.00 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and $20.00 Friday-Sunday.
For ages 4-11, tickets are $13.00 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and $15.00 Friday-Sunday.
Listed prices do not include taxes.
Standby tickets are sold on a limited basis and may result in a long wait to enter. Tickets can be purchased on www.icecastles.com.
Darka Tarnawsky, Bottomline Productions, (780)988-8914
The mission of the Silver Skate Festival Society is to provide a free family-oriented winter celebration blending sport, recreation, arts and culture, showcasing various skating disciplines and promoting outdoor activities in Alberta.