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5 Gorgeous Ice Castles You Can Visit – Frozen Fans Will LOVE This Trip Idea!

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5 Gorgeous Ice Castles You Can Visit – Frozen Fans Will LOVE This Trip Idea!

Spread across Midwest America, 5 gorgeous ice castles you can visit and ‘Frozen’ fans will love this trip idea. Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can have an amazing outdoor experience!

In Midway, Utah; Lincoln, New Hampshire; Stillwater, Minnesota; Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin; and Edmonton, Alberta, you’ll find the stunning castles made completely of ice. These sculptures and ice castles are best viewed at night when lights make the experience feel magical. The glow of pink, purple, white, green, and blue hues accentuate the beauty of the icy wonderland.

Winter Wonderland

Thanks to the Ice Castle Project, you can explore these manmade creations throughout the winter beginning in January. The wizards behind the wintery paradise set up drip pipes weeks before the launch. After weeks of icicles forming from the dribble technique, massive ice castles form a base. From the base, sculptors begin creating the castles and caverns.

The castles grow throughout the winter season roughly 10,000 icicles are grown every day according to the project’s website. Typically, the later you go, the bigger the structures. And, as long as the weather cooperates, the castles will be open for visitors.

Some tips to keep in mind…

The castles are family-friendly. Dress up in some warm snow gear and be prepared for an adventure. Many locations have slides created in the castles!

Check out Groupon. Often, you can find discounted tickets and then enter the code you receive from Groupon under the location’s “Buy Tickets” tab. You’ll enter the code in the “Coupon” section.

Only service animals are allowed in the castles. So, leave pets at home for this adventure.

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13 Comments

  1. robin masshole mommy says

    That sounds like an amazing experience. I Would love to visit there myself 🙂

  2. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says

    That is absolutely the coolest! I’ve always loved ice formations whether they were man or nature made. VERY cool.

  3. Dawn McAlexander says

    These are magnificent. I didn’t know that such places existed. I am a Frozen fan (well, in particular, Olaf) so I would love these.

  4. Pam says

    These sound like such a cool family destination. I would like to visit one that has a slide in it.

  5. Marcie W. says

    Wow, what an awesome winter attraction idea! I bet you capture some amazing photos too.

  6. Cacinda says

    Oh my goodness, this is absolutely gorgeous! This is definitely going on my “to travel” list.

  7. Kelly says

    You are exactly right, my daughter would go crazy if I showed her this! Thanks for sharing this and letting me in on the secret!

  8. Theresa says

    I would love to go to a real life frozen castle! What a cool way to spend the day with the family!

  9. Jeanine says

    Wow I had no idea anything like this was real life. I think this would be so neat to see and take photos at with the kids!

  10. Our Family World says

    This is such a helpful list! I’m sure my daughter will surely love it as well.

  11. Louise Bishop says

    What a neat idea. Any of these would make a fun visit for the kids.

  12. Kiwi says

    Frozen really has taken over the world. Its been over 4 years and Frozen is still one of Disney’s beloved movies and now people can go to these different themed spots!

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