The popular Ice Castles attraction is returning to Lake Geneva next year - but this time, it will be in a brand new location.
The stunning attraction will be at Geneva National Resort & Club this winter, the company said Thursday.
“We are thrilled to bring Ice Castles back to Lake Geneva this winter,” Ice Castles CEO Ryan Davis said in a statement. “Our partnership with Geneva National Resort will allow us to create an even bigger castle with more interactive features and magical elements for guests to enjoy.”
The Ice Castles are an outdoor attraction featuring tunnels, fountains, slides, crawl spaces and cascading towers all made entirely form ice and illuminated by color-changing LED lights.
The winter wonderland in Wisconsin is one of the company's six locations across the U.S. and Canada. Tens of thousands of people visited the Lake Geneva location last season, the company said, with sold-out crowds each day of its operation.
Construction on the castle is slated to begin in late October or early November, with an opening date some time in early January, weather permitting.
While the company did not share details on upcoming ticket prices, general admission tickets last winter ranged from $15.95 to $18.95, and child admission costs were between $10.95 and $15.95, depending on day of attendance.
More information can be found here on Ice Castles' website.