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The Snow Queen's Realm: XNUMX US Ice Castles You Must See

Stunning US ice castles are hidden in all parts of the country. You will want to see this winter splendor with your own eyes. OnlyInYourState.

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1. Midway, Utah

Head to Midway, Utah for an unforgettable winter experience. As ice castles are weather dependent, check out web page, dedicated to the Utah ice castles, so that you know when you can visit them. You'll love exploring the magical ice structures, as well as ice slides, tunnel exploration, and sledding!

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Address: Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, 2002 Soldier Hollow Ln, Midway, UT 84049, USA.

2. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Opening ice castles on a lake in Wisconsin is a magical event that locals look forward to every year. As a rule, they open at the beginning of the winter season and remain open as long as the cold weather permits. The stunning facilities are great for all ages. A family trip there will be a winter memory that you will cherish forever. For more information, including purchasing tickets, visit Web site Ice castles of Lake Geneva.

Address: Geneva National Resort & Club, 1221 Geneva National Ave S, Lake Geneva, WI 53147, USA.

3. Lincoln, New Hampshire

Tucked away in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Woodstock North is home to one of the most stunning ice castles. It opens to the public usually in early December (weather permitting) and is a breathtaking sight. Here you will find not only dazzling castles, but also slippery tunnels, a fabulous forest and snow tubing!

You can also meet the Ice Princess and watch special fire shows on certain nights. For more information visit New Hampshire Ice Castles website.

Address: 24 Clark Farm Rd, North Woodstock, NH 03262, USA.

4 Saranac Lake, New York

Plan a trip to the small town of Saranac Lake in New York State from February 1st to 10th to see one of the state's most stunning ice castles. This magical place was built during the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival and takes on a new shape and theme every year.

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The ice castle is free to visit, and you'll find dozens of magnificent ice sculptures throughout the city, as well as an entire mini-golf course made entirely of ice. Find out more on the official website here.

Address: 151 NY-86, Saranac Lake, NY 12983, USA.

5. New Brighton, Minnesota

The fantastic castles in New Brighton are worth every minute spent exploring them. Like others on this list, ice castles don't usually open to the public until late December, when temperatures are consistently low enough to keep the wonderland frozen. The massive castles are built using colossal tons of ice and look even more magical thanks to the twinkling LED lights that illuminate the frozen walls, tunnels and towers.

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Visitors are advised to bring sleds instead of strollers to transport young explorers and be sure to wear sturdy shoes to avoid slipping during the walk. You can find out more at Minnesota Ice Castles web page.

Address: Long Lake Regional Park Trail, New Brighton, MN 55112, USA.

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