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Ticket Sales are final. Ticket dates and times may be changed as long as changes are made at least 24 hours in advance. Please take this into considerations if there is inclement weather imminent or if you have a sudden change of circumstances.
Opening late December or early January
Online- General Admission (12+): $12.95 Child (4-11): $9.95
Walkup (Standy)- General Admission (12+): $17 Child (4-11): $13
Online- General Admission (12+): $16.95 Child (4-11): $11.95
Walkup (Standy)- General Admission (12+): $20 Child (4-11): $15
*Holiday is the same as weekend pricing
Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 9pm
Friday: 4pm – 10:30 pm
Saturday: 12pm – 10:30pm
Sunday: 12pm – 8pm
** Dates and hours may change on Holidays
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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).
Planning your trip to Winnipeg
Ice Castles is located at Parks Canada Place at The Forks Historic Site. Nestled in the heart of downtown, The Forks is one of Winnipeg’s most beloved places, at the junction of the Assiniboine and Red rivers. It is Winnipeg’s number one tourist destination with an array of dining experiences, shopping, entertainment, and events. Operated by Parks Canada, The Forks National Historic Site is dedicated to preserving the 6,000-year history of the area. The site includes interpretive exhibits, award-winning sculptures, year-round walking trails, and space for performances and other events.