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Ice Palace

THE DACHSTEIN ICE PALACE – A MYSTICAL WORLD OF ICE

The Dachstein Ice Palace is a seductive and mystical world of ice and snow deep inside the Dachstein glacier.

Let yourself be guided six meters under the eternal ice to a time travel through history!

Created in 2007, the Ice Palace astounds visitors with intricately detailled carved figures, ice pillars & a crystal dome.

The Ice Palace is just a three-minute walk away from the mountain station of the Dachstein Glacier cable car and is open daily.



Factbox

Opening times for the suspension bridge including the Ice Palace and the stairway to nothingness

Attractions starting - ending Operation hours
suspension bridge including
the Ice Palace and the
stairway to nothingness
July 4th 2020 until September 13th 2020 Daily
from 08:30 am to 04:15 pm
September 14th 2020 until
beginning December 2020
Daily
from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm
Beginning December 2020 until December 24th 2020 Closed
beacause of revision work
December 25th 2020 until Mai 2nd 2021  Daily
from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm

 

Prices of suspension bridge including Ice Palace and stairway to nothingness   
Adults € 10,00

Youths (born 2002, 2003, 2004)

€ 8,00
Children (born 2005 to 2014) € 5,50

Prices:

Notes:

  • Good shoes and warm clothes are recommended for the visit!
  • Dogs are not allowed on the suspension bridge, the stairway to nothingness and in the ice palace!


A time travel through history

Since June 2020, we invite you to join us for an icy time travel through history.

Our Ice Palace team, consisting of Hans Böhmer and Peter Strassegger, as well as the team of sculptor Michael Bachnetzer have worked attentively on the creation of some of our most important historical mile stones.

The journey through the eternal ice begins with dinosaurs and leads visitors from the old Egyptiac pharaoh Tutanchamun to the first landing on the moon. In addition, revolutionary ideas such as the lightning bulb or the locomotive are carved into ice in all their glory details.



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