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We went to the Ice Castle on the most amazing day! The snow was falling lightly the entire time we were there. As if the Ice Castle wasn't magical enough on its own, the snow just pushed it over the top.

Catching snowflakes!

Checking out the tiny Fairy Elsa Castle (located at the very back of the Ice Castle)

Even the line to the ice slide was magical, a little tunnel and a twisty path to the tippy top!

This is at the top looking down.

Every "big" family event I try to take a Polaroid. There is just something about holding a photo.

And down they go. We went on the slide at least 2 dozen times.

We stayed until the lights came on.

Catching more snow flakes.

This was the smaller slide. It's also wider so all the kids could go at once.

The ticket stand is right out front, be sure to have your tickets uploaded and ready to scan. I had my tickets text to my phone so I had to pull up each text, click the link and wait for it to load. It would have been faster if I had just done a screen shot of each before I got to the window. 

Even the baby loved the slide.

Be sure to stop and buy some hot cocoa for $3 and also sugar cookies inside the castle. 

Be sure to grab a discount on our Shop page! Midway Ice Castles are only open two more weeks! Run!

Check their website for 2016 Dates. Hurry they might close early this year!
Helpful Tips
  • Visit Haley's post about the Midway Ice Castles here.
  • All Tickets must be purchase Online.
  • Check their FAQS page for more info.
  • We've heard it's super busy, so be sure to bundle up and bring something warm.

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