We were so happy to get to go to the Ice Castles in Dillion again this year. It was hard to get tickets this year so we were lucky to snag some.
Dillion is about an hour and half from home for us and it worked out that Emmy napped for most of the drive and Cannon was happy to hang out with us and then play on his tablet while Emmy slept.
They suggest that you wear full snow gear and require masks this year.
When we arrived, it was pretty cold (19 degrees) and windy, inside the castles it was a little more protected.
There are lots of fun things for kids of all ages but strollers do not work here. Cannon and Emmy are big enough to walk or be carried but some people with very little ones were pulling them in sleds and that was very cute.
The kids favorite was the multiple ice slides that are in the castles and the ice caves you can walk through.
The castles are beautiful and just fun to see. Emmy kept asking where Elsa was.
We spent a little over an hour at the castles before deciding we were cold enough and decided to head home.
We would have loved to have visited one of the many cool breweries or restaurants in the area but with Covid we haven’t been eating inside restaurants. So we grabbed take-out and ate in the car on the way home.
We had a wonderful time and suggest going to the Ice Castles to anyone, kids of all ages seemed to love it and young couples would enjoy this as a romantic outing.
We went last year with my parents when the kids were one and three and had the best time!
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