How long does it take to go through the Ice Castles in NH?

How long does it take to go through the Ice Castles in NH?

Typically guests spend about 30 minutes to an hour. There is no re-entry allowed once you have left the venue.

Are dogs allowed at the Ice Castles in NH?

Do you allow dogs? We love our pets, too! But in the interest of safety and guest experience, only service animals are allowed at Ice Castles.

Are the Ice Castles cold?

The castles are very cool and lit with changing colors that we wouldn’t be able to see during daylight.

How do people dress for Ice Castles in NH?

Ice Castles is best enjoyed when appropriately dressed for the winter cold. We recommend wearing clothing like you would wear if going sledding, or skiing, or doing any other outdoor winter activity. Warm clothes including coats, hats, and gloves are best.

Where are the Ice Castles in NH?

The Ice Castles in North Woodstock, New Hampshire, a supersized ice sculpture, is one of five such attractions across the United States. “It’s a work of art, basically,” said Ice Castles operations manager Brittany Bateman. “It’s hand-placed ice.

Where are the Ice Castles in Lincoln NH?

The New Hampshire Ice Castles are in Lincoln, New Hampshire, on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. Take the I-93 highway and look for exit 33 if you’re driving south or exit 32 if you’re driving north. Follow the signage and look for Clark Farm Road.

When are the Ice Castles open?

Ice Castles in Lake Geneva, the popular wintertime attraction, officially opened its wonderland to visitors Saturday. The popular experience at Geneva National Resort and Club features a variety of interactive attractions including ice carved-tunnels

Where are the Ice Castles located?

Ice Castles, a new winter attraction in Lake George, features a wintery playground including tunnels, slides and sculptures all made from ice. Ice Castles opened Sunday. Beginning in early December, ice artisans began growing and harvesting icicles to