Ice Castles in Woodstock NH | Christmas Farm Inn & Spa

Ice Castles NH


What an AMAZING experience from start to finish! The colors are so beautiful.

You owe it to visit the Ice Castles in Lincoln NH.

Tip: Buy your tickets well ahead of time as they DO sell out fast. Standby Tickets are NOT guaranteed – you risk not being able to enter if you do not have a pre-paid ticket. There are no bathrooms so we strongly suggest you stop before you arrive. The ice slides aren’t just for the kids. The attraction includes a high energy fire show that will amaze you with performers using many different manipulation props including fire breathing, spinning, hula, and more. Check the website to make sure they will be performing when you visit if that is part of what you want to see.

A staff member is nearby when entering the castle and explains how the Ice is formed and carved into the many lighted shapes needed to complete the enormous castle structure. There are also many activities worked into the structure to amuse young children and adults alike.

Plan on staying awhile as kids will not want to stop crawling through the tunnels. There are lots of beautiful spots for photo ops. Dress warm and wear your snowboots.

This is a must-see trip and added bonus to any ski trip.

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Dear All,

The Christmas Farm Inn & Spa has closed its doors until May 4th for the safety of our guests and team. This breaks our hearts, but is necessary and right.

However, we are trying to stay positive and look ahead to sunnier and happier times; our Front Desk will be staffed daily from 10am to 4pm for reservations, gift card sales and queries.

Please consider helping us weather this storm by:
• Moving your spring reservation to another date rather than cancelling it.
• Making a reservation for the summer or fall, online or by phone. We thank you in advance!
• Buying a gift card for future use and receiving an extra 10% bonus from us.

We miss our guests and team more than we can say.

Until we meet again, stay healthy and happy.

Gary and Sandra