*UPDATED HOURS AND TEMPORARY CLOSURE*
Wednesday, February 22nd – 6pm-11pm
Thursday, February 23rd – 6pm-10pm
Friday, February 24th – Sunday February 26th *TEMPORARILY CLOSED*
We hope to reopen next week if the weather will allow. Please check back here for updates.
Pricing and Hours
Closed Tuesday (Except during Massachusetts Break and New Hampshire Break)
Online Tickets: General Admission (12+): $12.95 Child (4-11): $8.95
Standby, At-the-Door Tickets: General Admission (12+): $18 Child (4-11): $12
Online Tickets: General Admission (12+): $15.95 Child (4-11): $12.95
Standby, At-the-Door Tickets: General Admission (12+): $20 Child (4-11): $15
Standby tickets are purchase on-site only and at your own risk of not being able to enter. Please take this into account before coming to the event.
***If we are sold out of online tickets, standby tickets will NOT be available on site.
All ticket sales are final. Ticket dates and times may by changed as long as changes are made at least 24 hours in advance. Please take this policy into consideration if there is inclement weather imminent or if you have a sudden change of circumstances.
Ticket Arrival Time Changes can only be done by submitting a support ticket through this form. You’ll need to enter your order confirmation # and the new date and time you would like. Please consider that dates and times for new ticket times are subject to availability and will be processed at our earliest convenience
Exchanges are typically processed within 24 hours of original request.
Once your exchange is processed, you will receive your updated tickets via the delivery method selected at original checkout. For example, if you selected mobile delivery via text message, a new text containing your new tickets will be sent upon confirmation of your exchange.
Tips for a Great Experience
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 email@example.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).
Don’t see the answer to your question here? Check out our FAQ page for more information!
Planning your visit to Lincoln
Directions to the Ice Castles
If you are traveling North or South on I-93:
Take Exit 33 on I-93,
Continue on US-3 South.
Take Connector Rd to Railroad St.
If you are in Lincoln, travel to Connector road and go west. The Ice Castles are a few hundred yards on the left.
Signs are placed between exit 33 and the Ice Castles directing you into the Ice Castles. Keep an eye out for these signs!
Please Note: GPS and other navigational aids do not always perform as they should in this area. In case of difficulties, please refer to the above directions.
Saturday January 21: 12pm – 4pm
Sunday January 22: 12pm – 4pm
Saturday January 28: 12pm – 4pm
Sunday January 29: 12pm – 4pm
Saturday February 4: 12pm – 4pm
Sunday February 5: 12pm – 4pm
Saturday February 18: 12pm – 4pm
Sunday February 19: 12pm – 4pm
Princess will take breaks throughout the scheduled time, so please be patient and understanding with this need.
Appearances are weather dependent. On very cold days appearance times may be shortened or canceled.
Fairfield Inn and Suites
Welcome to the brand new state-of-the-art Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Plymouth, NH. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Plymouth offers convenient access to Plymouth State University, Polar Caves, White Mountains Attractions including Loon Mountain Resort and Waterville Valley Resort,(and the Ice Castles,) and proximity to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Centrally located in New Hampshire we are in the middle of all of your favorite activities including hiking, golfing, skiing, and water fun. Stay refreshed in our stylish guest rooms and suites appointed with modern decor and lifestyle amenities such as free Wi-Fi, 43″ LCD HDTVs, ergonomic work desk and chair, and luxurious beds. Spread out in our vibrant lobby, with spaces to gather, relax and work. Jump-start each day with our free hot breakfast including scrambled eggs, sausage and oatmeal, fresh fruit, yogurt and more. We promise you’ll be satisfied or we’ll make it right. That’s the Fairfield 100% Guarantee.
For the second year in a row, and seventh time overall, the New Hampshire Maple Producers Association has deemed that the best maple syrup in the state is being made by the Fadden family.
The Faddens have been making maple syrup for nearly 200 years, said Jim Fadden, the family patriarch, and have been selling the sweet stuff at the Fadden General Store and Maple Sugarhouse since its opening in 1896.
Holiday Inn Express
This straight-forward hotel in a 4-story, gabled building adjacent to Interstate 93 is 2.8 miles from the Loon Mountain ski area and 4.5 miles from Franconia Notch State Park (home of the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway).
The rooms with en suite bathrooms all have free WiFi, flatscreen T Vs, microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers, while some have forest views. Suites add separate living spaces and come with fireplaces and whirlpool tubs.
A complimentary hot breakfast buffet is provided. The hotel offers computers for guest use and meeting space. There’s also an indoor pool, a hot tub, a game room and a gym, plus free RV parking.
Loon Mountain is New England’s most accessible big mountain resort. Located just two hours from Boston and three miles off Interstate 93, Loon offers 61 trails and 2,100 vertical feet of unparalleled skiing and riding.
Although it’s close to home, Loon offers the kind of varied terrain and possibilities that you would find at a more remote resort. It’s a mountain that has something for everyone, whether you’re looking to ski the steeps or take your first snowboard lesson.