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Sculpted Ice Works Factory Tour Lakeville

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Sculpted Ice Works Factory Tour
311 Purdytown Turnpike
Lakeville
PA
18438
Tel: 570 226 6246

Directions

They are located on Rt 590 between Hamlin and Hawley

Where are we going today?

Have you ever been somewhere and seen some pretty impressive sculptures - that were made entirely from ICE? They are pretty impressive, and you may have been wondering how they were made.

Well, if you head to Sculpted Ice Works Factory Tour - you can find that out!

The factory tour at Sculpted Ice Works is an unusual but fascinating day out for the family. You can learn something new, see people who are expert at their craft working their magic, and hear the roar of loud chainsaws! Vroom Vroom!

Sculpted Ice Works Factory Tour takes you around the manufacturing facility, where you can see the creation of these artistic masterpieces, being sculpted with chainsaws. 

Don't miss the chance to spend some time in the Natural Ice Harvest Museum too while you're there. Did you know that natural lake ice was once a booming industry in the Poconos? You can re-live history and step back in time in the museum, and see how ice was "made" in the mountains long ago.

No kids, they didn't just have ice trays and a fridge freezer - it was more complicated than that! 

Spend the day as a family learning something new, and enjoy a fun day out at the Sculpted Ice Works Factory Tour.

Have an ICE day!

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$7
  • Children$5 (ages 3-14)
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Summer: 11am - 4pm Tues & Wed / 10am - 4pm Sunday

Year round, but call ahead to check

Teachers corner

The tour is a great way for kids to spend the day learning! They have great packages for groups, so just give them a call to arrange your field trip.

I'm Hungry!

It's a good idea to grab something in the area before or after your visit .

Any Top Tips?

The museum and tour is room temperature, but it doesn't hurt to take layers!.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff about the accessibility of the tour if you have any questions.

More information

The busiest times are generally 12pm - 3pm Wed & Thurs, but call ahead on the morning of your visit and the staff and guide you accordingly. .

What people are saying?

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    It was very cool (no pun intended) to watch the video of how ice harvesting was done in the old days, check out the exhibits of the museum (lots of tools and other items on display), then watch how the ice blocks are made and sculpted today. The wife and I could spend hours watching the very friendly ice-artists carve their works. The entire staff is very friendly and is willing to answer any questions. I'd definitely recommend a visit if you're in the area on days that they're open to the public. (They cut back their days in the fall season. Be...Read More

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by Ed Marguglio

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It was very cool (no pun intended) to watch the video of how ice harvesting was done in the old days, check out the exhibits of the museum (lots of tools and other items on display), then watch how the ice blocks are made and sculpted today. The wife and I could spend hours watching the very friendly ice-artists carve their works. The entire staff is very friendly and is willing to answer any questions. I'd definitely recommend a visit if you're in the area on days that they're open to the public. (They cut back their days in the fall season. Be sure to call or check the website for times.)

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