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Ice Castles is Under Construction in Lake George for 2023

Posted: 12/15/2022 - 2-minute Read

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Ice Castles is Under Construction in Lake George for 2023

Ice Castles is bringing its award-winning frozen attraction back to Lake George, N.Y. in 2023!

We’re proud to be one of only five locations across North America where you can find this magical winter experience.

The Ice Castles are built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists. The castles include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides, fountains and much more.

You’ll love racing down one of the exhilarating ice slides designed for people of all ages and squeezing through passageways just large enough for child and adults adventurous enough to crawl through them!

Take a leisurely 5-10 minutes stroll along a path illuminated in the magical glow of winter lights. Explore ice caverns and get lost in a beautiful frozen maze. There are plenty of surprises and whimsical snow features to discover!

There will also be a Polar Pub where adults 21+ can order a winter-themed alcoholic beverage.

The location in Festival Commons in the Charles R. Wood Park is conveniently within walking distance of all the shops, restaurants and lodging in Lake George. During weekends in February you can also walk right over to Lake George Winter Carnival activities in and around Shepard Park!

This awe-inspiring winter experience features caverns, ice slides, frozen thrones, and fountains illuminated at night with twinkling color-changing lights.

It’s quickly selling out, so get your tickets now! There are still some dates and times left in late January and February.

This year guests can also book the Arctic Alcove for a more private experience.

This includes:

  • VIP area roped off from the general public
  • 6 tickets to Ice Castles
  • 2 Souvenir Photos
  • 20% off merchandise

Please note Ice Castles is weather dependent. 

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