It’s 14 degrees outside for guests visiting Ice Castles in Woodstock, N.H., which is made of 25,000 tons of ice using millions of gallons of water.
Jared Henningsen, the event manager, said Ice Castles expects 160,000 guests this year. Fifteen ice builders work as a team and grow 10,000 icicles a day on an ice farm. They snap the icicles off and create the structures by hand.
This ice formation is the company’s largest of the six it has constructed in North America. The last day to view it is March 16. Henningsen said the company will let the castle melt, and he expects it to disappear by May.
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