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We've visited a lot of ice attractions over the years. Here are all of them collected into one place.

Ice Gallery
Stockholm, Sweden
July 2002

We happened upon this place on a visit to Stockholm. It was basically an advertisement for the Icehotel, which we visited the next year.

JukkasjÀrvi, Sweden
December 2003

We spent New Year's Eve in a deluxe suite here. It was so cold but an unforgettable experience. Click here to see all of our photos of the hotel.

Hôtel de Glace
Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Quebec
November 2009

This is the Canadian sister to Sweden's Icehotel. We drove past it in November before anything was frozen enough to turn it into a hotel.

Icebar Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan
February 2010

This was our first Icebar experience outside of the original one in the Icehotel in Sweden. This location closed a year or so after our visit.

Icebar London
London, England
July 2010

We managed to fit in a visit here on a day trip from Belgium that also featured the Cotswolds and Stonehenge. We have priorities, my friends.

Icebar Stockholm
Stockholm, Sweden
November 2013

This Icebar location offers a breakfast experience, so of course we had to try it. It was a little pricy but we had the entire facility to ourselves which was an unexpected treat. We had tried to visited the Oslo and Copenhagen Icebar locations on the same trip, but unfortunately, both of those locations had permanently closed.

Minus 5 Ice Bar
Las Vegas, Nevada
February 2014

This is the first ice bar we've visited that isn't part of the Absolut Icebar chain. It was oddly colorful and the only photos allowed were the expensive ones taken by their staff like this one here.

Skyy Vodka Ice Bar
Norwegian Getaway, Gulf of Mexico
November 2019

This bar is on a cruise ship so you'd expect it to be expensive, but it was the cheapest one we've visited so far. It also featured the very least amount of ice, but that's to be expected.

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