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Head into -5 degree temperatures dressed in winter woollies for a mocktail you will never forget. Enjoy your drink from an ice glass while surrounded by ice sculptures, this truly is a sight to be seen.
Experience over 18 tonnes of crystal clear ice architecture at extreme temperatures at this incredible bar location in the heart of Queenstown, at the historic Steamer Wharf.
Dressed for a snow storm with the provided jackets, hats, gloves and boots, you will be able to explore ice furniture, hand made ice carvings and even drink from ice glasses filled with a delicious mocktails. An experience you will never forget, either as a pre dinner chilly mocktail, or a ‘cool’ start to a lively night on the town.
The ice bar changes every three months when a talented ice carver comes in with their chainsaw and chisel to create this amazing frozen world.
Please book at least 24 hours in advance.
Customers 18 years and over must have valid ID to enter the premises (NZ Drivers License, Passport, Hanz 18+, and Kiwi Access Card only). Under 18’s must be accompanied by their own parent or legal guardian.
Participants under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
The temperature will range from -5 to -10 degrees Celcius.
Jackets, Gloves, and Ugg Style Boots are provided on arrival to keep you warm.
Available 364 days a year - closed on Christmas Day.
This experience takes place at the historic Steamer Wharf, on Queenstown's waterfront.