The dates have been set and the tickets are now available. It's the return of Ice Castles to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and here's everything you need to know.

This is the year to experience Ice Castles

One of Lake Geneva's most talked about winter attractions is returning January 22nd to Geneva National Resort.

It is incredible to think that these giant structures are built completely out of ice. Thousands upon thousands of icicles get hand-placed by professional ice artists.

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Huge sculptures

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Giant frozen thrones

Fun ice-carved tunnels

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Slides

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Fountains

Then, everything you just saw above, is filled with tons of color via an intricate LED lighting system.

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Mary Sivertsen/Ice Castles
Mary Sivertsen/Ice Castles
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Bryan Rowland/Ice Castles
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As you just saw, this is a truly one-of-a-kind attraction. If you missed this last year, you shouldn't miss it again. Be sure to clear up space on your phone for all the pictures you'll be taking... especially if you visit the Ice Castles at night.

Ice Castles at Geneva National Resort opens on January 22nd. Tickets are available starting Wednesday, January 19. You can visit the castles any day but Tuesdays.

General admission tickets for adults (12 and up) are $21 during the week and $27 on the weekend. Kids (age 4-11) tickets are $16 weekdays, $22 weekends. Buy tickets HERE.

For parking and directions, click here.

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