The Plymouth Ice Festival is celebrating its 41st anniversary Feb 3-5, 2023, in the Downtown Plymouth area, and will be a perfect place to spend the weekend with family.
During the festival, Kellogg Park and the surrounding area will be filled with many winter activities for everyone to take part in including over 100 ice sculptures, opportunities to see ice being carved live, a petting zoo, and interactive sculptures.
One of the interactive ice sculptures that makes you feel like royalty is the ICE THRONE, whichis carved from ice and is the perfect place to take a family photo. It might even become a yearly tradition, as it is for many returning families.
To add even more fun to this world-class event, there will be an Ice Festival Bingo scavenger hunt. The participating businesses will be providing the bingo cards to those who wish to take part in the game. Plus, a chance to explore different restaurants and shops in Downtown Plymouth.
“The Plymouth Ice Festival is such an important event for our restaurants and retailers as it gives our local economy an important bump during the slowest time of the year. It is truly DTP’s signature winter event.” Sam Plymale, the director of the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority (DDA), said in a press release.
This year, there will be a sensory-friendly festival preview for those with special needs on Feb. 2 from 6:30-8 p.m. If you would like to participate, sign up on the Miracle League of Plymouth website.
The Plymouth Ice Festival will be located at Kellogg Park Feb. 3-5, 2023. Admission is free but expect to pay for parking.
For more information, please visit plymouthicefestival.com.