Getting To And Around Icicle Creek

Directions, parking, campus map, things to do and FAQ.

So much to do and plenty of time to do it

Nestled in the foothills of the Cascades, Icicle Creek Center for the Arts sits on a 13-acre campus just a few miles up the Icicle River from beautiful Leavenworth, WA. You can be here in five minutes from town or two hours from Seattle.

Directions

Icicle Creek Center for the Arts is located at 7409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826.

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  • Drive .8 miles west on US 2 (toward Seattle)
  • Turn left onto Icicle Road just past 76 gas station
  • Drive 2.8 miles (past Leavenworth Fish Hatchery and entrance to Sleeping Lady Resort)
  • Turn left into Icicle Creek entrance after the S-curve
  • Take US 2/US 97 west toward Leavenworth
  • Turn left onto Icicle Road just past 76 gas station
  • Drive 2.8 miles (past Leavenworth Fish Hatchery and entrance to Sleeping Lady Resort)
  • Turn left into Icicle Creek entrance after the S-curve

Parking

Parking is available at the main entrance to Icicle Creek Center for the Arts and in front of the Snowy Owl Theater. There is additional parking for Snowy Owl Theater and The Meadow Stage located .25 miles back toward Leavenworth along Icicle Road.

Handicapped parking spaces are located in front of the Main Office, in front of Snowy Owl Theater, Canyon Wren Recital Hall and near the cabins.

Accessibility

Icicle Creek Center for the Arts strives to make the theater experience and facilities accessible for all our patrons by providing services for those who may need assistance. To help us better serve your requests, we recommend that you purchase your tickets in as much in advance as possible and inform the box office of any needs. Feedback on improving patron services for people with disabilities is always welcome. For additional information or if you have questions, need assistance, or an accommodation not mentioned below, please contact us at: (509) 548-6347 x1

Main entrances to the Snowy Owl Theater and Canyon Wren buildings, including restrooms, meet ADA requirements.  Special entry provisions to the stage and dressing rooms can accommodate performers and guests with disabilities.

Wheelchair and scooter seating is available in the first row of Snowy Owl Theater.  Patrons can either remain in their conveyance or transfer to a theater seat.  Please note: in the event of sold out performances, accessible and companion seating may be released for sale to the general public one (1) hour prior to the beginning of each show.

Last Minute Accessible Seating
If you have recently been injured or find you need an accessible seat location, either contact the ticket office ahead of time or upon your arrival.  We cannot guarantee availability, and we shall do our very best to accommodate last minute requests.

Designated placard parking spaces adjacent to the entrances are available, and the roundabout offers convenient drop-off and pick-up locations.

Infrared hearing devices are available for every Snowy Owl Theater performance.  While most performances are amplified through our sound system or by the natural acoustics of the theater’s design, assistive listening devices are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis.  The theater is equipped with Listen Technologies® induction receivers.  They transmit FM signals to over-the-ear headsets and T-coil equipped hearing aids.  We currently have 4 of these devices.

Guide and Service Animals are always welcome.

Telecommunication Relay Services in Washington State is also known as Washington Relay which is a free service provided by the Washington State Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ODHH) ensuring equal communication access to the telephone service for people who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and speech disabled.

This service allows hearing callers to communicate with deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and speech disabled relay users and vice versa through specially trained relay operators.

Calls can be made to anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with no restrictions on the number, length, or type of calls. All calls are strictly confidential and no records of any conversations are maintained.

Below are the relayed offers featured:

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Anyone wishing to use Washington Relay simply dials 711 to connect with a relay operator.  The relay operator will dial the requested number and relay the conversation between the two callers.  Either a person with a hearing loss or speech disability with specialized telecommunication equipment or a person using a standard phone may initiate a call through Washington Relay by dialing the relay number 711 or the designated 10 digit number.  After dialing Washington Relay, the person initiating the call gives the desired phone number to the Washington Relay Operator, who then dials that number using another phone line.  The Washington Relay Operator types the standard phone user’s spoken words to the person using specialized telecommunication equipment and voices the specialized telecommunication equipment user’s text messages.

Campus Map

Icicle Creek Center for the Arts Campus map
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