Embrace the cold and check out the Lincoln Ice Castle

The acre-sized castle is one of only three Ice Castles in America.




Courtesy photo

The acre-sized, all-ice castle returns to Lincoln this winter. It features include giant archways, tunnels, slot canyons, ice slide, caverns, glacial waterfalls and a frozen throne, and  an amazing light show set to music at night.

The concept for Ice Castles was created when founder Brent Christensen attempted to build an ice cave for his daughter in the front yard of his home in Alpine, Utah. The project turned into a winter hit drawing crowds of locals to visit and tour his creation. Located in five locations across North America, the ice castles are built entirely by hand using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand placed by professional ice artists. The castles reach astonishing heights and include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures that twinkle and dance to ambient music at night, frozen thrones, towers, slides and fountains.

Weather permitting, the Lincoln Ice Castles will be open late December 2017 through February 2018.

Tickets are limited and should be purchased in advance at icecastles.com/Lincoln. Children ages 0-3 are admitted for free.

Day

Time

General admission when purchased online (ages 12+)

Child admission when purchased online (ages 4-11)

M, W, Th

  4-9 p.m.

$ 13.95

$  9.95

Fridays

  4-10:30 p.m.

$ 16.95

$  13.95

Saturdays

12-8 p.m.

$ 16.95

$  13.95

       

Tuesdays

CLOSED

 

 

 

Find it at the location of the Hobo and Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroads at 64 Railroad Street in  Lincoln, NH.

See photos and videos or learn more at icecastles.com, instagram.com/icecastles_ or facebook.com/IceCastlesNH/.

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