Lake Geneva Ice Castles Open This Weekend – NBC Chicago

Lake Geneva’s ice castles, the popular winter attraction, officially opened their wonderland to visitors on Saturday.

The popular experience at the Geneva National Resort and Club features a variety of interactive attractions, including ice-carved tunnels, slides, frozen mazes and ice towers encrusted with color-changing LED lights, according to the website. .

General admission for adults, which includes children 12 and older, is $21 Monday-Thursday and $27 Friday-Sunday. For children ages 4-11, tickets are $16 Monday-Thursday and $22 Friday-Sunday.

Several COVID-19 safety measures have been put in place, including a mask recommendation and increased sanitation of high-touch surfaces.

The experience, which is built using hundreds of thousands of ice cubes placed by hand by professional ice artists, is also available in four other locations: Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York and Utah.

Thanks to the Ice Castle’s partnership with Genève National, visitors will be able to enjoy a toboggan run, ice skating, a lantern-lit snowshoe trail, dinner in an igloo and brunch Ice Princess.

Tickets are available at the Ice Castles website.

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