When you get there you walk into the lobby area, where you get a one-size fits all poncho and gloves. And since most everyone who comes there will have shorts on, they have optional leg covers as well. They just velcro strap them on below the knee. We were glad we put these on as it’s about 22° inside. The lady working there was super nice and offered to take our picture before we went inside.
You enter into the freezer area, where they have fairly loud music blasting, which was fun. You just walk through the room and look at the ice carvings.
You can go up to the bar and get your free shot and buy more if you like. The 2 free options were coconut, which Rob downed and I had the blueberry lemonade.
At the end of the room there’s an ice slide that’s fast and fun.
Entrance to the ice slide
Rob went down the slide several times.
Here’s Rob and I sliding, but not together.
Pretty amazing ice drawings
Sitting on the ice thrown **cold**
Rob peaking through the window in the chapel. I think he had fun here!
When you finish, you exit back out into the lobby area, where you can take off all the warm clothes they’ve loaned you. On your way out, you get your Magic Ice glass souvenir. Overall, I don’t think we were as impressed like we thought we might be. It’s still an interesting concept that I think most people would enjoy it.
After leaving Magic Ice, we took the tram to go up to Paradise Point. Look for that post soon.
To see more pics of our time at Magic Ice click here.