The festival takes place for the second year in a row. But this time it has moved from Pushkinskaya embankement to Muzeon. The site is open from December 28 to January 28 daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The sculptures, made of ice and snow, are located throughout the park territory. Great historical figures – Alexander Nevsky, Peter I, Yuri Gagarin – inspired the sculptors. Lake Baikal, geysers of Kamchatka, the Peterhof palace other prominent sites are also embodied within the exhibition. The main object of the festival is the Miracle castle with five different levels of ice slides for children and adults.
Visitors may enjoy daily entertainment program with master classes on creating ice and snow sculptures.
Additional information is on the festival website.