Photo courtesy Ice Castles Lake Geneva on Facebook

WILLIAMS BAY — After a de because of warmer than expected winter temperatures, Ice Castles Wisconsin in Lake Geneva will be ready Saturday for visitors.

Beginning Saturday February 4, 2023, you can be one of the first to visit what promoters call the most Instagrammable icy kingdom in Wisconsin.


Their icicles arches, ice slides, Illumination Grove, and other frozen fairytale features will be ready this coming weekend.

Tickets for Ice Castles in Lake Geneva will be available through Feb. 20, 2023.

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Ticket prices for weekdays, Monday-Thursday, are $25 general admission and $17 for children 4-11.

Weekend prices, Friday-Sunday, are $29 general admission and $22 for children 4-11.

Ice artisans have been working around the clock to get the attraction at Geneva National Resort & Club ready for the grand opening.

Geneva National Resort & Club is located at 1091 Hidden Cottage Circle, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, just off Wisconsin Highway 50 between Lake Geneva and Williams Bay.

The interactive experience will feature ice-carved tunnels, fountains, slides, frozen thrones, and cascading towers of ice embedded with color-changing LED lights, according to a news release.

The Utah-based company has four other locations in Minnesota, New York, New Hampshire, and Utah.

By Dan Plutchak

Dan Plutchak launched Walworth County Community News in 2021. He is the former editor of The Week and Walworth County Sunday.