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Ice Castles - Colorado

120 Buffalo Street, Dillon, CO 80435 Directions

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Report | 3 years ago
Very nice activity! Best if there before dusk so you can see it in the day light and the enjoy the night lighting.
Report | 3 years ago
Nice experiance for the family.
Report | 3 years ago
Awesome place to visit, especially in a group or with kids!
Report | 3 years ago
What a great outing. It was magical.
Report | 3 years ago
Went on a very cold windy day but we did have fun.
Report | 3 years ago
Great place for the fam.
Report | 3 years ago
Very fun for the family. Find other things to do in the area, as the adventure last about 1/2 hour to an hour.
Report | 3 years ago
Interesting experience and family friendly. Lines were long but moved fast. Love the water and slide features!
Report | 3 years ago
This is a must see for all ages! It is a breath taking and a magnificent work of art! We will definitely see this again!
Report | 3 years ago
Don’t bother... yet. It is way over priced for what it is. Other ice castle locations are far superior. I know that it is new to CO, but places like the NH ice castles are much more organized and more impressive. We had an issue with changing our ticket date and it was a ridiculous process to get it taken care of. We were totally fine with paying the fee to change too, but were sent to the location to get the ticket time/date changed only to wait around for 40 minutes and then be unable to do it. We called first and they said go to the actual ice castles and the people there said to call the main number. Super annoying, although I will say the people I spoke to were very nice. I think it has potential, but it just doesn’t hold up to other locations.

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Oprah.com called Brent Christensen's Ice Castle in Silverthorne, Colorado "a cavernous, surreal-looking place that looks as if it were constructed by an army of icy elves." The Silverthorne Ice Castle was much smaller than Brent's more recent work, though—it was smaller and without many of the features you'll see now. Brent's kids affectionately nicknamed it "The Ice Castle," but it was child's play compared to the palatial sculptures he and his team now build each year. Scattered across the country, the mazes of towers, tunnels, and caverns are all built from solid ice, one icicle at a time; Brent and his team farm their own icicles for these projects, at a rate of more than 5,000 per day.

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