Chestnut Hill is transformed into a winter wonderland during this two-day festival which boasts unique ice-themed attractions and cozy comforts that showcase the beauty of its historic business district in the winter. Join world-renowned ice sculptor Peter Slavin and Philadelphia’s own Ice Sculpture Philly team Friday Night and Saturday Afternoon in Chestnut Hill for a revamped Valentine’s on Ice celebration.
❄A favorite tradition of Chestnut Hill’s Valentines on Ice, watch as renowned ice sculptor Peter Slavin transforms a block of ice into a beautiful work of art before a live audience. This year, live ice sculpting will take place on two days at designated locations.
⛺Get inspired for winter “glamping” as you check out a Yurt Village containing tents fitted out with chic furnishings provided by Chestnut Hill’s premier home design retailers.
⛸Ice skaters of all ages will enjoy gliding across this 960 sq. ft. iceless rink, regardless of the weather. Ice skates in varying sizes and walkers for non-skaters are available on-site. Take a few minutes to warm up after skating at the adjacent fire pits, where food, wine/beer, and non-alcoholic beverages await. *Admission for this activity is $10 per person.
🍻Chestnut Hill Brewing Company
invites you to enjoy ice-cold locally-brewed beers and wines at their outdoor Ice Bar, carved entirely out of blocks of ice. Nearby attractions include a fire pit and Chestnut Hill’s famous Market At The Fareway vendors.
🔥FRIDAY ONLY, witness the spectacle of a roaring bonfire encased in a column of ice.
This event is free*, and taking place mostly between the 7900 and 8600 blocks of Germantown Avenue.
Also along Germantown Avenue, Take advantage of the shopping weekend before Valentine's Day with retail promotions at participating shops, or pick up a Chestnut Hill Gift Certificate to use for a date night (or weekend) at participating restaurants and shops.
Thank you to our generous sponsors George Woodward Co. Elfant Wissahickon Realtors TerraVida Holistic Centers B101 Philly