A Frozen Winter Wonderland

As seen by millions of people around the Globe, The Ice Kingdom is a 15,000 sq foot frozen wonderland made entirely out of Ice. Gigantic ice sculptures of buildings, animals, people and places are beautifully recreated by an International team of expert ice carvers.

Over 2 million pounds of ice are used in each ice exhibition and the ice sculptures are internally lit by state of the art LED lighting design. It’s not just transparent ice that is used but every imaginable color is carved into this towering ice attraction that is up to 40 feet high.

Refrigerated to a chilly -5 Centigrade the visitors are given Parka Jackets as they walk through the beautifully created ice experience. The ice sculptures are reproduced with such incredible detail that they have to be seen to be believed.

Production and Facility Overview

• The area needed to house the Ice Kingdom is between 10,000 – 20,000 Sq Ft with a ceiling height of no less than 25 feet.

• The Ice Kingdom can be housed within existing structures, rented temporary structures or custom built air domes. Structures must be insulated to a minimum of R25 insulation.

• The structures are refrigerated to -5 Centigrade (23 Fahrenheit).

• The Ice Kingdom uses up to 2,000,000 lbs of transparent, opaque and colored ice created in our portable ice factory.

• It takes approximately 40 artisans 28 days to create each exhibit


Current Attractions

This year ISA produced and presented ice installations in six different cities: Nashville, TN, Washington D.C., Dallas, TX, Orlando, FL, Long Beach, CA, and Shanghai China.

The productions ran for over 50 days in each location and was seen by more than one million unique visitors.




“Move over Mickey Mouse”
Dennis M. Blank
The New York Times

Move over Mickey Mouse, the ice sculptors have arrived in plenty of time for Christmas. for thirty-five days they’ve chiseled through two million pounds of ice to create a 20 000 sq ft winter wonderland.


“Grinch'report: Christmas
returned to Gaylord ICE! Event”
Ruth Hill - Washington Times

That green guy of Dr. Seuss fame is celebrating Christmas on the Potomac through Jan. 9, and ICE!, featuring ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ in 5,000 blocks of sculpted and colored ice weighing more than 2 million pounds, is the resort's holiday centerpiece.



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