LAKE GEORGE — Ice Castles is an ongoing, frozen exhibit that “brings fairy tales to life.”
It features thousands of icicles, formed by hand into frozen towers, caverns, ice slides thrones and tunnels.
After the sun goes down, the formations are illuminated with changing color lights.
The concept for the exhibit is the brainchild of Utah resident Brent Christensen, who built an ice cave for his daughter in his yard, according to the company website. The project turned into a hit, and crowds began visiting his yard. It has since turned into an international event and tourist attractions with six locations across North America.
Including Lake George, there are Ice Castles exhibits in Utah, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Colorado.
The Lake George exhibit has been sold out since it kicked off on Jan. 23 and it will remain open at least through Feb. 21. Many time slots are sold out but visit icecastles.com for more information.
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