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Whether you’re a longtime Fairbanks resident or you’ll soon be heading here to experience the beautiful landscape that surrounds this great city, you should carve out some time to visit the Fairbanks Ice Museum. From an ice slide to demonstrations by local artists, there’s a lot to see at the Ice Museum, and take it from us here at Chevrolet Buick GMC Of Fairbanks – you won’t want to miss out on any of it! Consult our helpful list of FAQs, below, to help plan your trip to the Fairbanks Ice Museum.
The Ice Museum in Fairbanks, AK is located at 500 2nd Avenue, Fairbanks, AK, 99701.
The Fairbanks Ice Museum is open on a seasonal basis, so you’ll need to plan accordingly. The Museum is open every day in May – September, from 9 am – 9 pm, with tours running from 10 am – 8 pm. Visiting in February or March? Check out the Fairbanks Ice Park to see the outdoor kids park and ice sculpture exhibition.
Admission to the museum and its exhibits is $15 for adults, $10 for children ages 6 – 14, and $12 each for groups of 10 or more. If you’d like to see the Aurora Shows, tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for kids ages 6 – 14, and $8 each for groups of 10 or more.
While Fairbanks is quite warm in the summer, with temperatures averaging in the 70s in June and July, you may want to bring a warm jacket, gloves, and a hat for your visit to the Ice Museum. The ice exhibits are refrigerated to keep them in perfect condition, so you’ll be a bit chilly if you don’t dress for it! If you don’t have a jacket with you or would just prefer not to carry one around for the rest of your day, the museum does provide guests with cozy puff coats.
Yes, each room in the Ice Museum is accessible by wheelchair.
Of course, the main attraction at the Fairbanks Ice Museum is the ice sculptures, many of which are interactive. Step inside an igloo for a fun photo op or hop on an icy snowmobile, then make your way over to the ice slide, where you can take a joy ride on a sled provided by the museum. At the end of the exhibit, visitors can enjoy a live demonstration done by a local Fairbanks ice artist. You’re welcome to tour the museum on your own, but there are also guided tours every hour on the hour from 10 am to 8 pm. Most visitors spend about an hour total at the museum.
The museum has a fun gift shop, but visitors should note that there is not a restaurant on premises. Need somewhere to feed the kids before or after your visit? Check out some of our favorite local Fairbanks restaurants.
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