2019 Season Dates:
01FEB - 31MAR

Open DAILY 10a - 10p

LOCATION: 3570 Phillips Field Rd.

Special Dates / Events

Activity Event Date Location
Kids Park Completion 10 Mega Slides, 15 V-Slides, 15 Interactive Displays Feb 14, 2019 3570 Phillips Field Rd.
Canned Food Drive 6 Canned goods = 1 Free Admission (Donations will go to Foodbank) March 2, 2019 3570 Phillips Field Rd.
Kids Day Kids 17 and under have Free Admission March 11, 2019 3570 Phillips Field Rd.
Military Appreciation All Military Card Holders are FREE March 13, 2019 3570 Phillips Field Rd.
Senior's Day All Senior Cardholders enter Free March 19, 2019 3570 Phillips Field Rd.
UAF Appreciation Polar Express / Student or Staff ID needed for Free Admittance March 21, 2019 3570 Phillips Field Rd.


Learn the magic of Ice Sculpting!
Come and experience the ancient art of ice sculpting!

Instructed by: An. Zhe

An .Zhe

An. Zhe was born in Harbin, China (Ice Capital of the World) and is affectionately
known as Andy by his Fairbanks friends. He has been carving ice since 1999. His ice
sculpting accomplishments in the Fairbanks BP Ice Art Champiomships include two
times 1st, 3rd, and 4th place and three times 2nd place awards. in addition to Artists
Choice, Peoples Choice and the coveted Governor`s Award.

Andy has competed in North Pole, Alaska, Christmas in the Ice and awarded 3rd Place and
Artists Choice. In January 2013 he competed Anchorage, Alaska, at the Crystal Gallery
of Ice Competetion, where he was awarded 3rd Place.

Andy teaches ice sculpting to both novice and accomplished carvers around the world.

Students will learn simple hand tools used in making ice sculptures, and be able to take their
creation home. Class available for all ages. Call (907) 451-8250 to schedule your class!
  1. Why Visit Us?

    Your enjoyment - Our care

    Ice sculptors from around the world create a kids ice park featuring slides, mazes, houses and a playground all made from crystal clear ice. Come and watch world class ice sculptors create ice art in the 2019 International Ice Art Classic.

  2. Where do you get all that ice?

    you'll love our ice sculptures

    O'Grady pond next to the ice park produces some of the purest clear ice in the world that is perfect for sculpting. Large blocks of it (Each block 4 by 6 foot and around 3 feet deep and weighs around 4000 lbs) are cut from the pond with chainsaws, and hoisted into position using cranes to make very large sculptures.

  3. Our Customers Say

    we do not hide truth about us

    Natasha Buchanan

    such an incredible and unique experience - grab a hot chocolate while you walk with the kids, then let them play on the slides at the end - they love it!

    Andy Larson

    Did the light show and really enjoyed it..


    Loved the Light Show.......