Seeing The Massive Ice Sculptures In The Small Town Of North Woodstock, New Hampshire Will Be Your Favorite Winter Memory

When winter arrives in New Hampshire our first thought is of the first snow. While we might be ready for spring sometime in March there are always those first few weeks when a white coating on the ground feels pretty special. That’s why we love this annual event that brings some extra magic to an already sparkly time of year.

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Ice Castles opens when conditions are ideal which is typically in December, though not always. To keep track of opening days and times stay tuned to their website and Facebook. The event takes place in a few different states so be sure to check dates for New Hampshire. The cost of admission varies by day of the week. From Monday through Thursday tickets are $19.99 for ages 12 and up and $14.99 for ages 4 to 11. From Friday through Sunday tickets are $24.99 for ages 12 and up and $19.99 for ages 4 to 11.

Looking for more ways to make this season special? Dine inside a private igloo with your very own fireplace at the 1750 Taphouse in New Hampshire.

 

Address: North Woodstock, Woodstock, NH, USA