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Boardwalk Ice on Whyte returns in 2022

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Buy Tickets Dec 2021

It is time to come out and explore!

Boardwalk Ice on Whyte is brightening up winter in Edmonton by adding breathtaking ice sculptures from award-winning artists to winter patios around downtown and Old Strathcona starting February 13, 2021.

Safely take yourself on a self-guided ice sculpture tour and stop in at one of our restaurant partners for a tasty treat. Visit at least 5 locations and enter to win a Chef Kit for four from Chef Table Living – Food Bike Tours and much more! Visit here for all of the contest details.

The tour is free for you to enjoy. Please consider supporting the local restaurants as you stop by and if you like what you see, make a donation to the Ice on Whyte Festival Society to help us bring the full festival back in 2022.

The sculptures are visible from the sidewalk. Some restaurants may offer you a closer look, feel free to ask if you can access their winter patio. (Restaurant hours may vary)

The Carvers: Mark Berge, Steve Buzak, Peter Fogarty, Cliff Vacheresse

Our Hosts:

Downtown


Old Strathcona

Silver Skate

Flying Canoë Volant

FIND THE SCULPTURES

**We are sad to report that our sculptures at Cask & Barrel and Rocky Mountain Icehouse did not survive the warm weather.  We hope to rebuild again soon, but until then, the rest remain for you to enjoy!

 

ICE AND THE CITY 2021

Find these sculptures around Downtown and Old Strathcona