LAKE GENEVA — Lake Geneva Ice Castles say tickets to see the popular attraction are currently sold out, but there is still a chance more will become available this winter.
A spokesperson tells TMJ4 News that tickets sold out within the first few hours of going on sale on Tuesday. The number of tickets available is down significantly compared to normal years due to capacity limits because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lake Geneva Ice Castles may open up more time slots to see the ice sculptures in the near future, the spokesperson says. They will reevaluate when they have a better idea of the weather come February.
The Ice Castles in Geneva will open to the public this Friday, Jan. 22 with several precautions in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The winter wonderland is located at Geneva National Resort and Club featuring ice carved-tunnels, fountains, slides, frozen thrones and other attractions.
Its website states tickets are set at $18.99 Monday through Thursday and $22.99 Friday through Sunday - that is, when more become available for purchase.