The largest ice castle in Canada is now open in Edmonton (PHOTOS)
Canada’s largest ice castle is open for 2018, complete with ice slides, frozen thrones, and, presumably, wanna-be ice queens belting out Frozen’s “Let It Go.”
Given the sheer magic of this collection of ice towers, we hardly blame anyone for feeling a small sense of royalty while wandering through Edmonton’s ice castle, especially once the sun goes down and the lights turn on.
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Created by aptly-named Ice Castles, Edmonton’s attraction is one of six other ice castles in North America, being joined by a second, newly-erected Canadian castle in Winnipeg.
You will have to pay to check out the castle, but the pictures, memories, and Ista-cred you’ll end up with will be nothing short of priceless.
Edmonton Ice Castle
When: Every day of the week except Tuesdays
Hours: 4 to 9 pm Monday through Thursday, 4 to 10 pm on Friday, 11 am to 10 pm on Saturday, and noon to 8 pm on Sunday
Where: Hawrelak Park – 9330 Groat Road, Edmonton
Tickets: Monday to Thursday: $13 online, $17 at the door. Friday to Sunday: $17 online, $20 at the door