The ice carvings were cool as was the bar but not sure it's worth the drive. The grounds & facility needs lots of updating.
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After a gorgeous drive to Chena Hot Springs, we arrived an hour and half before the next ice tour. We bought our ice tickets and then decided to go for a quick dip in the hot springs before the tour. Liam was our guide. He...More
it's the bit pricey to see by itself. If you go swimming just a looksee would be great. This is still a must see whenever in Fairbanks.
This was a real treat on a hot summer day with spectacular ice sculptures enhanced with colorful lighting. The museum is open year round with an interior temp of 27 degrees. Visitors will be provided with the proper jackets to enjoy their visit inside. The...More
Awesome. The sculptures were amazing. Be prepared for the cold; however, they do provide parkas as inside the museum is 26 degrees F. It is a tour as they must keep the door closed to ensure temperature stays at 26. But you have sufficient time...More
Definitely worth the admission price to tour this unique museum. The ice sculptures are amazing and the Aurora Ice Bar is a very "cool" feature as well! Be sure to have one of their world famous Appletinis! Ice bedrooms and wedding chapel are other neat...More
The artists are quite talented. Very nice sculptures. Well worth a visit. They have parkas one can don at the entrance, I highly recommend doing that, very cold inside. I really enjoyed seeing the bedrooms, very clever. The ice bar was fun and appletini was...More
We absolutely loved this, wish we had more time inside! Beautiful ice sculptures, loved the various color-changing lights. Our tour guide, Kathryn, was awesome! She was very funny and friendly; told us about the couple that built the museum and some fun facts about the...More
Wonderfully beautiful and imaginative creations made completely of ice that you can see year-round. Definitely worth going to see if you are visiting Chena Hot Springs, or just on the area. Only $15/person unless you want an appletini in an ice goblet at the end...More