Devoted to all things ice, this museum will put you in a winter mood no matter what the summer temperatures are like. You'll see several large ice displays, a freezer you can go in to feel like it's 20 degrees below zero, a huge-screen slide show with the annual World Ice Art championships, and freezers with huge ice tableaux.
The Ice Museum opens for the summer season in May. If you are visiting Fairbanks in February and March come to the Fairbanks Ice Park Outdoor Kids Park and Ice Sculpture Exhibition.
- Mid-May to September: 10am-8pm, entrance only given at top of every hour.
- Aurora Show begins at 8pm.