Eden Prairie Ice Castles Open For The SeasonThe 60 towers are made of solid ice and spread over an acre with walls 10 feet thick. Between the walls you'll find tunnels, caves, fountains, waterfalls and slides.
Working For The Weekend: Cat Show, Ski Jumping, Ice Castles & MoreHere's a look at what's happening this weekend around Minnesota.
After Cold Snap, Ice Castles Set To Open In Eden PrairieAfter the cold arrived in a big way and this weekend, the Ice Castles will open to the public. Now, builders are placing the final touches on the Ice Castles before opening day.
Wander Minnesota: Festival And Events In December (Week 4)As December draws to a close and the New Year arrives, there’s still plenty to do.
Wander Minnesota: Ice CastlesIt’s back. A couple of years ago, Ice Castles premiered a couple of years ago at the Mall of America, and now it’s making an appearance at Eden Prairie’s Miller Park.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsCheer up, the weather is getting warmer. Or at least it's not going to be quite as ridiculously cold. OK, so we'll still be below average for this time of year. For that reason, here are a few great ideas that will (mostly) keep you indoors.
Ice Castle Planned For Eden Prairie's Miller ParkA winter wonderland will soon be open to the public. Two years ago, Brent Christensen built an ice castle outside of Mall of America. This year it's back, but at Miller Park in Eden Prairie.
Wander Minnesota: December Festivities (Part 5)As December draws to a close and the New Year arrives, there’s still plenty to do.
Ice-Castle Replicas On Display At St. Paul Winter CarnivalOnce again, one of the most popular displays at the St. Paul Winter Carnival is not around this year. But if you want to see ice castles of years past, you're in luck. Replicas of all the ice castles from past years are on display, built to scale. The builder makes sure they all look exactly the same as when their larger counterparts were built.
Mall Of America Ice Castles Extend ViewingThe ice castles out at the Mall of America has been so popular, it's staying open a bit longer.
Finding Minnesota: Spicer’s Ice CastlesFor a small town of little more than a thousand people, <a href="http://spicermn.com/" target="_blank">Spicer</a> can make big things happen in the winter.
Ice Castles Turn MOA Into Winter WonderlandPhotojournalist Dave Wertheimer explores the opening night of an icy exhibit now open outside the Mall of America. There are two acres full of ice castles to explore - some standing as much as 40 feet high.