Saturday, January 27th 2018 9 am - 9 pm
How much is admission?
$5 for adults, $3 - Children ages 6 - 12 and Children 5 and under Free and is cash only.
What do I get with my admission?
Admission is required to enjoy the festival. This admission will allow you to enjoy all the activities and shows that will be occurring at the event .
Are all the activities included in my ticket?
No, there will be some activities that require additional fee's but will be posted at each location.
Can you pre-purchase tickets?
Yes, starting January 10th tickets can be pre-purchased in Bracebridge only at several shops and services within Bracebridge with cash only. These shops include:
Bracebridge Chamber of Commerce
Mill Bank Trading Company
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Muskoka
Little Black Bow Lingerie
The Creative Cook
Martins Framing-Gallery-Art Supplies
Heather's Home Health Care
Muskoka Natural Food Market
What is the best time of day to attend?
Generally speaking, the busiest time for the Festival is from noon - 4pm. We encourage visitors who do not like crowds to visit earlier starting at 9am or after 4pm. Activities will be happening the entire day but will be less busy during these timeframes.
What should we do at the festival?
The best way to experience the festival is to start at one end of town and stroll your way to the other, taking in all of the vendors, attractions, entertainment and food along your way.
Are dogs allowed at the Festival?
You're more than welcome to bring your pet pooch however they must stay to the outdoor attractions and we ask that you please pick up after your pooch if needed.
What about service animals?
Service animals are allowed in interior spaces with proof of service animal registration.
We do our best to make as many areas as possible accessible for our attendees. We encourage those that require accessible parking to use the Bird Mill Mews parking lot. A convenient drop off space at the corner of Manitoba Street and Taylor Road will be available.
When is Memorial Park Winter Village open?
This activity is weather dependant. The skating trail is expected to be open mid January until mid March. Visitors are encouraged to bring your skates for the festival. If you do not have skates Habitat for Humanity and Salvation Army will be on hand with skate rentals. Price to rent will be by donation.
Parking at the Festival
Downtown Bracebridge offers over 500 spaces in 6 parking lots that are within walking distance to the festival. These spaces will fill early and you may expect longer wait times to find a spot within the downtown core. To make it easier to enjoy the Fire and Ice festival we are now offering free shuttle service from several convenient parking lots within Bracebridge. Park and take the free shuttle to the Festival. Shuttle buses will run continuously from 9 am to 9:30 pm. Please visit our Parking/Shuttle page for additional parking space locations.
***Safety is our number one concern please ensure you are parking in designated areas and adhere to the no parking signs in the festival area to ensure our police, fire and ambulance can move around the town.