Ice Castles in North Woodstock, New Hampshire, just got bigger and better with a brand new winter experience.
As the land of frozen fairy tales gets ready to open for its sixth season in NH, the tourist attraction is debuting a new enchanted walk through the forest, according to Boston.com.
The CEO of Ice Castles, Ryan Davis, wants to give guests “even more unique ways to make winter memories together,” as per the attraction’s press release.
People will be able to enjoy looking at the many ice sculptures as they walk and take pictures for keepsakes. When they get tired of walking, the travel website suggests that guests can take a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the area,
Ice Castles is completely built by hand, according to its Facebook page. Professional ice artists use “hundreds of thousands” of icicles to build amazing sculptures and fountains, along with thrones, tunnels and slides.
NEW ENGLAND — Ice Castles is returning to #NewHampshire this winter for our SIXTH season in the Granite State. If you plan to visit Ice Castles this winter tell us where you are coming from. #icecastles #freezetime ?: Colors + Coordinates pic.twitter.com/AORFZLnkgY
— Ice Castles (@IceCastles) October 23, 2019
The frozen playground is located at 24 Clark Farm Road in North Woodstock. There is no official word about an opening date, just a guess of early January.