Ice Castles, the magical frozen attraction found in several locations across North America, is a winter wonderland sought out by hundreds of families every year. The icicles are awe-inspiring on their own, but this year, they are getting even cooler by introducing Ice Bars, exclusively in New Hampshire, New York and Minnesota.

A Quick Drive to Experience Wintertime Magic

Ice Castles is an interactive, frozen attraction, built entirely by hand. Hundreds of thousands of icicles are hand-placed by professional ice artists, creating a masterpiece that would even impress Elsa.

SouthCoast families can take a three-hour drive to New Hampshire, where ice slides, snow tubing and more await. LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides and a mystic forest light walk all come together to create a world of wintertime magic.

While the majority of Ice Castles is family-friendly, the newest addition is for adults.

Ice Castles Introduces “Ice Bar”

Ice Castles has announced that the Ice Bar will make its debut this winter season. It will allow guests 21 and older to “warm up at the chillest place in town.” With over 2,000 shares and counting, it’s safe to say this addition will have adults packing up the cars and heading north.

The bar is created entirely out of ice. Guests can order winter-themed drinks and gather with friends.

Just when you thought the Ice Castles couldn’t get cooler, they add booze.

Tickets for Ice Castles go on sale Monday, Nov. 28. Start planning your trip now.

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