The Lincoln Ice Castle New Hampshire. The glacial wonderland is illuminated by night. Photo Ken Skuse.

The Ice Castle New Hampshire

The Ice Castle in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Photo by Corey Schestak.
The Ice Castle in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Photo by Corey Schestak.

A Frozen Wonderland

The Ice Castle in Lincoln, New Hampshire is a magical palace of ice caves, frozen waterfalls and glaciers, formed into towering archways, caverns and tunnels. 20,000,000 pounds of ice have been formed by creator Brent Christiansen and a team of artists.  Visitors are invited to walk, squeeze, slide, and crawl through the magical frozen castle. The glacial wonderland is illuminated by night with embedded lights that change their color to the rhythm of music.

The Lincoln Ice Castle is one of four glacial palaces in Utah, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Vermont. Depending on weather conditions they will be remain open through the month of February and into March.  (Utah is currently closed-hopefully temporary)

 

The Ice Castle in Lincoln, New Hampshire at night. Photo by Corey Schestak.
The Ice Castle in Lincoln, New Hampshire at night. Photo by Corey Schestak.

 

 The glacial wonderland is illuminated by night: Photo Ken Skuse.
The glacial wonderland is illuminated by night. Photo Ken Skuse.

 

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