The Ice House Museum is not free—we paid $15.00 dollars each to view the marvelous ice carvings created by two full-time employed master ice-carvers. This building is maintained at 20 degrees to keep the art work from melting. We could have also paid another $15.00 to enjoy an Apple-tini at the Aurora Bar inside the museum—but we passed on that opportunity. In addition to some pretty amazing ice statues, we saw the rooms which can be rented as places to spend the night—like hotel rooms except you sleep on blanket-covered ice beds— a bit hard as well as very chilling. Gordon told us he has never heard of anyone actually spending a whole night in one of those rooms.
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