This winter, the 'Ice Castles' will return to Wisconsin but in a brand new location this December.
Lake Geneva was selected to be transformed into a winter wonderland of ice sculptures, playgrounds and of course, castles. 'Ice Castles' last stopped in Wisconsin back in 2016 at the Wisconsin Dells.
'Ice Castles' will feature ice-carved tunnels, fountains, slides, frozen thrones and towering ice-formations. Each ice creation will be illuminated with lights and music.
'Ice Castles' began in 2011 and has been a favorite tourist attraction during the colder months. The creations will be featured in five other locations across the country in Midway, Utah, Dillon Colo., Stillwater, Minn., Lincoln, N.H. and Edmonton, Canada.