Just a heads up – the LAST DAY of Ice Castles in MN is March 9th, 2019! You can still visit and save with the coupon code mentioned below.
Fulfill your kiddos’ Frozen fantasies with a visit to the Ice Castles in MN – Excelsior, to be exact. We wanted to be sure you knew of the discounted admission opportunities currently available!
Ice Castles MN is a fun place to visit as a family or as an adults-only night out. It’s really that cool! We have been both with the littles and as a “double date” with couple friends in the evening and had a blast on both visits.
Ice Castles MN Ticket Prices:
Regular admission prices are as follows:
- General Admission (ages 12+): $10.95/weekday, $15.95/weekend
- Child Admission (ages 4-11): $7.95/weekday, $9.95/weekend
- Ages 0-3: FREE
Plus, there is a $2.50 service fee per type of ticket purchased. So if you were purchasing two child admissions and two general admissions, your service fee would be $5 ($2.50 + $2.50). Make sense? You’ll also be charged 7.5% sales tax.
Ice Castles MN Coupon Code
Order online and save 15% when you use the discount coupon code ThriftyMN which is valid for any day/time this season! With the discount, you’ll pay as low as $9.31 for general admission or as low as $6.76 for child admission. Don’t forget that kids 3 and under are always FREE. 🙂
Ice Castles hours are as follows:
- Monday – Thursday, 4-9 pm (closed Tuesdays)
- Friday, 4 – 9:30 pm
- Saturday, 12 – 9:30 pm
- Sunday, 12 – 8 pm
When you buy a ticket, you are buying an arrival window. For example, if you buy a ticket from 7 – 7:30 pm and get there early, you will need to wait until 7 pm to enter. If you arrive after 7:30 pm, you will need to wait and may lose your ticket. Once you’re inside, you may stay as long as you like (although I think they’ll kick you out eventually). 😉
Ice Castles Tips
Never been to the Ice Castles? Their website has a t-o-n of information and tips for your visit, including dates and times that the Enchanted Frozen Sisters (a.k.a. Elsa and Anna) will be there as well as the dates and times for the Fire Performances. You can also read Kristi’s review of Ice Castles when it was in Eden Prairie.