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Courtney Ledet wrote a review Nov. 2020
Houma, Louisiana1 contribution
Ice Sculptures were amazing and breath taking. But, we were kind of let down by how short of the tour was. We were out in 20 mins..
Date of experience: November 2020
Mary B wrote a review Feb. 2020
Mount Pleasant, Iowa141 contributions17 helpful votes
Visited this attraction with Salmonberry Tours this last January. 25 degrees above got pretty tolerable when it is -25 outside. Beautiful ice sculptures lite with colorful lights. Ice bar complete with ice stools covered in fur made drinking the Appletinis with friends very enjoyable as we toasted a great trip. When we were finished with our glasses we put them on the back of our tour van bumper and they froze to the bumper and enjoyed travelling with us. Visit the other buildings next to the ice Museum for an interesting winter experience.…
Date of experience: January 2020
Pete W wrote a review Dec. 2019
Mount Vernon, Washington88 contributions5 helpful votes
Nice tour. The 45 minutes goes by fast. The apple-martini is a cool one time experience. Beautiful art work on the ice sculptures. Would not recommend children below age 10.
Date of experience: December 2019
Linda C wrote a review Nov. 2019
Minneapolis, Minnesota16 contributions4 helpful votes
Great, bring your mittens to hold the apple martini's in the martini glasses made of ice. Fun place to see.
Date of experience: August 2019
Cindy R wrote a review Oct. 2019
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania195 contributions26 helpful votes
We enjoyed this ice museum. It’s chilly inside so dress for it and bring a jacket if you have one. They do provide jackets to go into the ice portion which is really neat as you can sit on the ice, ride down the ice slide and take pictures with various sculptures.
Date of experience: June 2019