New Hampshire Ice Castles 2022 Opening Day Is Here
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Yes, it's finally here. We have an official date for the opening day of the New Hampshire Ice Castles.
This unique, magical experience is complete and ready to amaze you with new adventures for 2022.
And it all starts Friday, January 14, according to the Ice Castles website.
If you've never been, then make this your year. Think of the movie "Frozen" with mystical, jaw-dropping moments.
Even Oprah is all about them. According to the Ice Castles website, she describes them as right out of a fairy tale.
And there are so many things to do at the Ice Castles beyond, well, the ice castles.
Not convinced yet? Fine, let's dive into 5 reasons why this should be on your list of winter activities to do this year.
1) Ice slides, crawl spaces, and caves
During your walk through the castles, you'll encounter a myriad of illuminated fountains, a snow tubing hill, and horse-drawn sleigh rides. And the mystic forest light walk will give you shivers of warmth from its beauty.
2) New Features for 2022
The ice artisans created a brand new ice sculpture garden and a fairy village that lights up at night, per the Ice Castles website.
As a matter of fact, the website states that these ice artisans grew, harvested, and hand-placed thousands of icicles a day to build this mesmerizing winter wonderland.
3) It's tradition
This awe-inspiring creation turns our winter weather into a magical experience. It has drawn hundreds of thousands since its conception 11 years ago, as the official ice castles website touts.
4) It is unique
With only 5 Ice Castles in the entire country, according to the Ice Castles website, how lucky are we to have one of these beautiful adventures in our own backyard, and not all of them are even open yet. But New Hampshire is.
Your Instagram-perfect photos will be the envy of everyone.
The others, by the way, are in Midway, Utah; Brighton, Minnesota; Lake George, New York; and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
5) Create private memories
From proposals to parties, of course, there's a VIP experience in the Arctic Alcove where you can enjoy all that the Ice Castles have to offer while taking advantage of your own private space.
Adult tickets start at $20 per person and kids at $15. Opening day is Friday, January 14.
For exact directions to Clark Farm Road in North Woodstock, NH, click here.
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