Ice Castles in Lake Geneva are set to open to the public Friday with several precautions meant to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the popular attraction announced Monday.
This year, the winter wonderland will be located at Geneva National Resort and Club and feature a variety of interactive attractions including ice carved-tunnels, fountains, slides, frozen thrones and towers of ice embedded with color-changing LED lights, according to a press release.
A number of COVID-19 safety measures will be put into place including a mask requirement, limited capacity, increased sanitation of high touch surfaces and one-way markings on tunnels and crawl spaces.
The experience, which is built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists, is also available in three other locations: in Dillon, Colorado; Midway, Utah; and North Woodstock, New Hampshire.
Tickets go on sale starting Tuesday on the attraction's website. General admission for adults, which includes children aged 12 and up, is $18.99 Monday through Thursday and $22.99 Friday through Sunday.
For children 4 to 11 years old, tickets are $12.99 Monday through Thursday and $18.99 Friday through Sunday.
Through Ice Castle's partnership with Geneva National, visitors will be able to take advantage of a sledding hill, ice skating, a lantern-lit snowshoeing trail, igloo dining and an Ice Princess Brunch.