Built with thousands of lit-up icicles, the one-acre interactive Ice Castles display is projected to open on Geneva National's driving range in early January 2020. Featuring tricked-out tunnels, thrones, slides, and fountains, this over-the-top one-acre Instagrammable ice kingdom will be yours to discover through early March, weather permitting. Once inside Ice Castles, you may stay as long as you like. It is highly recommended that you purchase your tickets in advance via Ice Castles website: https://icecastles.com/wisconsin
As part of your Ice Castles experience, Geneva National offers multiple food & drink stations, as follows:
Hot Shotties: An outdoor drink depot offering cold drinks as well as cocoa and hot toddies. (These beverages may be taken inside Ice Castles.)
Frost Bites: Located inside Ice Castles, this sweets station serves coffee, cocoa and cookies.
Sven's Snack Stable: Just outside Ice Castles, this outdoor eatery offers everything from cheese curds, soft pretzels and hot dogs to Spotted Cow and Irish Coffee.
turf. kitchen + tap: Inside the Clubhouse, this restaurant will serve the same offerings as Sven's.
The Snowball Buffet: Upstairs at the Clubhouse (with panoramic views of Ice Castles) will be a flurry of food stations to enjoy after visiting Ice Castles. (A daily dinner buffet will be served from 4 to 9 p.m. as well as a weekend breakfast brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. $30 for adults, $10 for children under age 13, and free for children under age 6.)
Stay Overnight Steps from Ice Castles
Offering exclusive Ice Castles Overnight Packages, The Inns at Geneva National are boutique vacation villas just steps from Ice Castles. Choose to rent a full six-bedroom home -- ideal for extended families, friends-cations, and corporate retreats -- or book an individual room within an Inn for more of a B&B experience.