Ice castles could make a comeback in the Twin Cities this winter

Last seen at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in 2004, ice castles could be coming to the Mall of America by Christmas. The Bloomington Planning Commission will hold a hearing Thursday to decide whether to grant an interim use permit for Ice Castles LLC in partnership with the Mall of America. The event could draw 55,000 people to an illuminated fortress of ice.
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Last seen at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in 2004, ice castles could be coming to the Mall of America by Christmas.

Finance and Commerce says the Bloomington Planning Commission will hold a hearing Thursday to decide whether to grant an interim use permit for Ice Castles, LLC in partnership with the Mall of America.

The event could draw 55,000 people to an illuminated fortress of ice.

Here's video of the structures built by Ice Castles, LLC:

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