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Ice Sculpture Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Bluewater, Ontario, Canada

  • Activities

    Art Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    90 minutes

  • Avg Distance

    As arranged

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    Iceculture, Inc

  • Price Includes

    Tour packages

  • Notes

    Bring snowsuit! Reservation is required for this tour.

Highlights

  • See how ice sculptures are made from Lake Huron's water
  • See how Iceculture's skilled artisans saw, pick, and create awesome ice products
  • Learn about Iceculture's history, machineries they use, and hear amusing stories about ups and downs of the company's challenges
  • Tour the plant's 8000 sqft. freezer as you feel, touch, and take photos of their stunning sculptures
  • Learn how NASA used their ice to support Space Shuttle Return to Flight Program

Guide

Trip Info

During this 90-minute tour, see how Iceculture changed the face of events all over the world. Follow Lake Huron water through reverse osmosis filtration system and see how they are trimmed and packaged. Then see how products can be embedded into the ice blocks, or how the ice blocks turn into various stunning sculptures led by skilled artisans. You will also see how computerized ice-carving works and watch CNC technicians take artworks from design departments and prepare it for the CNC routers.
During the tour you will also be guided through an 8000 sqft. freezer with a number of ice sculptures that you can pose with and take pictures of!

Last but not the least learn the history of Iceculture, how they develop over the years, and how NASA had even used ice to support Space Shuttle Return to Flight Program!

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