Ice Castles Lake Geneva 2022: Popular winter attraction to return to Wisconsin’s Geneva National Resort

Ice Castles Lake Geneva 2022: Popular winter attraction to return to Wisconsin’s Geneva National Resort

LAKE GENEVA, Wis. (TOC) — A well-liked winter attraction in Lake Geneva is returning to Geneva Nationwide Resort & Membership for the second yr in a row.

Ice Castles might be again in Wisconsin for 2022, with ice artisans starting to create the expertise as early as November, the attraction stated in a press launch.

“Winter is such a magical time of yr,” stated Ice Castles CEO Kyle Standifird, “We’re honored to be celebrating our fifth yr in Lake Geneva and have some enjoyable new discoveries and surprises in retailer for our friends.”

The seasonal leisure firm is thought to create elaborate castles constructed solely from ice in a number of cities throughout North America.

Skilled ice artisans develop, harvest and hand-place as much as 10,000 icicles every day to create the out of doors attraction. The expertise options ice-carved tunnels, fountains, slides, crawl areas and slot canyons, that are illuminated at evening with color-changing LED lights.

This yr, the attraction may even have a re-imagined and enhanced horse-drawn sleigh trip, new lighting options, and eccentric winter characters that friends may have an opportunity to fulfill.

Tickets to go to the frozen fortresses might be accessible November 28, 2022, on icecastles.com.

The attraction usually opens in mid-to-late January, relying on the climate, and solely stays open for about 4 weeks.

Ice Castles additionally has 4 different areas in Utah, Minnesota, New Hampshire and New York.

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