‘Ice Castles’ coming to Lake Geneva this winter

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Lake Geneva will be transformed into a winter wonderland this year with the addition of glittering ice castles made of hundreds of thousands of sculpted icicles.

The castles are created by Utah-based entertainment company Ice Castles, LLC. and were previously built in Wisconsin Dells in 2017.

The sculptures bend icicles into arches, towers, slides, thrones, and tunnels, lit by multicolored lights.

The castles are set to open in the downtown area, near the Riviera, sometime in late December or early January and will remain open until mid-March, according to the Journal Sentinel.

Online tickets will be $15.95 for adults and $10.05 for kids over the age of 3. Children 3 and under get in free. At the door, the cost will be $20 for adults and $15 for kids on weekdays, and $25 for adults and $20 for kids on weekends.

For more information, visit icecastles.com or facebook.com/IceCastlesWI

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