If you haven't made it out to the magical Ice Castles in Dillon this year, then now is your chance.

According to 9News, the popular attraction has increased its capacity to 50% for its last week of the winter season following Summit County's upgrade to Level Yellow. 

"This season, we have been able to provide a safe and fun outdoor experience for Coloradans," Kyle Standifird, Ice Castles CEO, told the station. "We are pleased to be able to open up additional capacity to allow more individuals and families the chance to make magical winter memories during our final week of operation."

Construction for this season's spectacle, which is one of the four Ice Castles in the U.S., started in November of last year, when ice artisans began harvesting up to 10,000 icicles per day in order to build the interactive castle.

After opening in December, the company allowed visitors to enjoy the attraction, which features rainbow-lit sculptures, slides, tunnels, fountains and more, at a 30% capacity.

Under its new increased capacity, the Ice Castles will remain open for tourists and locals alike to experience until Saturday (March 6).

Tickets are still available here for $17.99 during the weekdays and for $22.99 on the weekend. Costs are lower for children ages four to eleven.

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