Experience a cool winter wonder-scape like no other at Ice Castles, minutes from Downtown Lake Geneva at Geneva National Resort and Club. Set to open Feb. 4 (weather dependent), Ice Castles is a hand-built experience using hundreds of thousands of icicles grown, harvested and placed by professional ice artists.
Once the artists’ work is done, Wisconsin weather takes over and temperatures, water volume, wind and the addition of new icicles result in an ever-changing giant ice formation. Guests can experience frozen ice-carved tunnels, fountains, mazes, slides and unique features–all illuminated by color-changing LED lights. The typical experience can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, but there is no time limit no how long guests can stay and explore the interactive Ice Castles in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin is one of five states to host Ice Castles and is highly weather dependent. Tickets for Ice Castles Lake Geneva are currently on sale and may sell out fast, so advance purchase is highly recommended. Add-on activities include an open carriage sleigh ride through the Geneva National Golf Course, or guests can book the Arctic Alcove, a private area including tickets.
Tickets range from $25 to $29 for adults and $17 to $22 for children. For more information and to purchase tickets for Ice Castles in Wisconsin, visit icecastles.com/wisconsin.