A worker puts the finishing touches on the Dillon Ice Castles on Dec. 21, 2018. The castles feature dome, slides, fountains, tunnels and towers that are lit up with color-changing lights and music. (Andy Cross, The Denver Post)

The Ice Castles in Dillon, a giant interactive experience with hundreds of thousands of icicles, carved ice tunnels, fountains, slides, towers and thrones will be closing for the season on Saturday, March 7.

The Ice Castles opened Dec. 28 this year, and tens of thousands of people visited the attraction throughout its nine-week run, according to a statement from the Utah-based company.

Tickets are still available, but many weekend slots are already sold out, the company said.

There are six Ice Castles locations in North America: Utah, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Alberta, Canada.

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