CRYSTAL CABIN FEVER - DINOSAURS IN ICE! Lakeville PA

Crystal Cabin Fever presents

Dinosaurs In Ice!



Crystal Cabin Fever is now in its 7th Year!

DinosaursThe Sculpted Ice Works Factory and Museum is located on Route 590 in Lakeville, PA.

This interactive presentation is sure to amuse with 20 Crystalline Dinosaurs carved in Ice and runs from February 8th to February 24th.

You can view the Dinosaurs, ride on a 50 foot dual-run Ice slide, have your pictures taken with characters from the Ice Age movie, and watch live demonstrations of ice carvings.

Crystal Cabin Fever is open from 11am to 6pm Monday through Saturday and 11am to 4pm on Sundays.  Admission is $12 for Adults and $7 for children 3 and older.  Tours of the Factory are available for an additional $3.

 

 


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Comment balloon 2 commentsBobbie Smith • January 24 2013 06:28PM

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Hi Bobbie,

How cool is this...Dinosaurs in Ice..what a great presentation!!

Posted by Dorie Dillard, Serving Buyers & Sellers in NW Austin Real Estate (Coldwell Banker United Realtors® ~ 512.346.1799) over 5 years ago

Hi Dorie, Pretty cool right! I agree. I cannot imagine the amount of time that it took to carve this dinosaur out of ice, and the talent, to be able to do so.

Posted by Bobbie Smith, 570-242-1891 over 5 years ago

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