You can visit a glowing, rainbow land of ice castles in Colorado that will make you feel like you've been transported into Disney's Frozen.
Ice Castles in Dillon, Colorado, is an award-winning attraction of LED-lit ice sculptures, ice-carved tunnels, and frozen thrones that will make you feel like you've stepped into Queen Elsa's castle.
According to the company, the frozen wonderland is constructed with "hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists."
You'll get lost in a world of glistening ice caverns and glowing icicles as you journey through the winter attraction.
Colorful walls of ice cascade overhead creating the most picturesque, out-of-this-world landscape you can imagine.
The frozen park even has a rainbow ice slide you can race down — we get some serious Mario Kart Rainbow Road vibes (with an icy twist).
Ice Castles has four locations across the U.S. in Colorado, New Hampshire, Utah, and Wisconsin.
The Colorado attraction is officially open for the season for you and your pals to explore this other-worldly ice park.
Address: 120 Buffalo St., Dillon, CO
Why You Need To Go: To feel like Queen Elsa herself in a magical, glowing land of ice castles.
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