A power outage has delayed the opening of New Hampshire's ice castles.
The tourist attraction in North Woodstock features more than 20 million pounds of ice that reach heights of around 40 feet. Opening day was set for Friday, but the castles were closed both Friday and Saturday due to a power outage.
According to the site's Facebook page, the generator failure occurred Friday night. They are working to repair the issue, but the castle will remain closed through Tuesday.
The attraction is usually closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Other Utah-based Ice Castles locations in North America, include Dillon, Colorado; Excelsior, Minnesota; Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Midway, Utah; and Edmonton, Canada.
The company says if you have purchased tickets for Saturday or Tuesday, email email@example.com for a refund or to reschedule your visit.