LAKE GENEVA, Wis. — The Ice Castles in Lake Geneva are set to open to the public on Saturday, Jan. 22, according to a news release.
The experience will feature ice-carved tunnels, fountains, slides, frozen thrones, and towers of ice embedded with colored LED lights. New this year, guests can add a horse-drawn sleigh ride experience to their visit.
Ice Artisans have been working for the last eight weeks to grow, harvest, and place icicles to create the Ice Castles.
Tickets go on sale this Wednesday, starting at 12 p.m. General admission is set at $21 during the weekday and $27 during the weekend. Children can get in for $16 during the weekday and $22 on the weekend. Weekend ticket prices include Friday.
Organizers describe the experience as a "life-size frozen playground includes ice-carved slides, tunnels, fountains, crawl spaces, caverns, and intricately carved ice thrones. At night, color-changing LED lights embedded in the ice create a beautiful, enchanting glow throughout the experience."
Head to their website for more information and to buy tickets.