Suburban Family Magazine is giving away 4 Tickets “ICE CASTLES IN LAKE GENEVA”
(with COVID precautions)
1 winner will receive 4 tickets. Each ticket is good for admission to ICE CASTLES IN LAKE GENEVA. Weather permitting. Tickets will be delivered via email for download from icecastles.com. The event officially opens to the public this Friday at 6 p.m. January 22.
TO BE ELIGIBLE to WIN these “ICE CASTLES IN LAKE GENEVA” tickets simply… 1) LIKE OUR FB/SUBFAM PAGE, 2) LIKE THIS POST, 3) COMMENT and 4) SHARE THIS POST*. https://www.facebook.com/subfam
IMPORTANT: To win, we must be able to TAG your name on Facebook.
***WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED this Friday, January 22, 2021 by noon. We will alert you by tagging you in this post and a separate “Winner Announced” post. Winner needs to reply within 24 hours via an email to email@example.com to redeem the prize.
For more information about “ICE CASTLES IN LAKE GENEVA” go to https://icecastles.com/wisconsin/
*share post not required.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin | January 18, 2021 – It is going to be an icy weekend in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin! Ice Castles at Destination Geneva National will open to the public at 6 p.m. on Friday, January 22. Tickets go on sale Tuesday morning on the attraction’s website https://icecastles.com/wisconsin/.
Ice artisans have been working around the clock to get the winter wonderland ready for visitors. The interactive experience will feature ice-carved tunnels, fountains, slides, frozen thrones, and towers of ice embedded with color-changing LED lights.
Visitors to the icy attraction can also expect COVID-19 safety precautions this year, including mandatory masks, limited capacity, increased sanitation of high touch surfaces, and one-way markings on tunnels and crawl spaces.
This is the third season Ice Castles has built in Lake Geneva. The castle is one of four Ice Castles locations in North America. You can also find the icy experience in Dillon, Colorado; Midway, Utah; and North Woodstock, New Hampshire.
This season, Ice Castles partner Destination Geneva National will also have a sledding hill, ice skating, a lantern-lit snowshoeing trail, igloo dining, and an Ice Princess Brunch in addition to overnight lodging just steps from Ice Castles.