Although the holidays have come to an end, that doesn't mean that the magical season is over. With winter about to hit us full force, we really need as many things to look forward to as possible.\nREAD ALSO: Netflix Is Going To Die Out In 2019\nTL;DR Edmonton is hosting its very own "Ice Castle" experience open to the public for this season only. More locations are available to visit in the US, although locations change annually. General admission tickets are $13.35 for a weekday visit and $17.95 for the weekend. More information below.\nWell, what would be more enchanting than actual ice castles? Just the sound of it probably makes you think of the Disney movie Frozen. Thankfully, it isn't just a fairtytale anymore. Yes, winter is about to get way better.\nView this post on Instagram ✨WINTER GETAWAY!✨ To celebrate our newest location in beautiful Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, we're giving one lucky person a winter getaway. Win 4 tickets to Ice Castles in Lake Geneva plus a 1 night hotel stay at @coveoflakegeneva and a $100 gift card to @oakfirellc! To enter: Follow: @icecastles_ Follow: @coveoflakegeneva Follow: @oakfirellc Tag the 3 people you will bring if you win! *Bonus entry for reposting this on your Instagram story* The winner will be announced Tuesday! AMAZING photo by @reneeroaming #icecastles #freezetime #giveaway A post shared by Ice Castles (@icecastles_) on Oct 12, 2018 at 9:36am PDT\nActual "Ice Castles" have come to Canada and you're going to want to visit them ASAP! They're only here for the season, so there isn't much time left!\nTo see how exactly these castles are made, watch this video:\nThe locations of these magical towers change each year, with this year's edition taking place in Edmonton, Alberta. If you're looking for an even bigger adventure along the way, there are five more locations across the United States.\nView this post on Instagram Night time in the Ice Castles is dreamy, but you don't take our word for it. Come see for yourself.😉 (📸: Brian Rowland) . . #icecastles #freezetime #makememories #winterfun #frozen #winterbucketlist #winterwonder #getoutside #winterlove #winter #ice A post shared by Ice Castles (@icecastles_) on Dec 29, 2018 at 9:36am PST\nView this post on Instagram “O, Canada” Happy Canada Day from The Ice Castles Family! 🇨🇦 #icecastles A post shared by Ice Castles (@icecastles_) on Jul 1, 2018 at 9:58am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Tomorrow is the last day to enter our Ice Castle photo challenge! We want to see the memories you’ve created over the season. Use #icphotocontest18 to enter! <Photo by: Mike Berenson> #icecastles A post shared by Ice Castles (@icecastles_) on Mar 9, 2018 at 7:33am PST\nView this post on Instagram With temperatures on the rise, we are projecting to be closing fairly soon. Be sure to come see us ASAP! < photo by the amazing @corrine_t > #icecastles A post shared by Ice Castles (@icecastles_) on Mar 2, 2018 at 8:42am PST\nNot all sites are open just yet, but thankfully the Edmonton location is! As if it couldn't get any better, tickets prices have gone down since last year, with anyone ages 12+ only having to pay $13.95 for a weekday ticket and $17.95 for the weekend.\n@icecastles_embedded via\nThere really is no reason to wait visiting the magical "Ice Castles" this season! Since the locations change each year, who knows if they'll even be returning to Canada next winter!\nFor more information on Edmonton's "Ice Castles" and to buy tickets, click HERE.