Saturday December 1, 2012 / 10:00am-10:00pmCHILL
How was your experience?
Brrrrrrrrrrrr--$$$$$$$$$$--Zzzzzzzzzz There was not enough to do for the offensively high prices they were asking for each activity item. Admission is $25 plus a service fee of 1.75 unless you get it from Goldstar which is half-price and your service fee is $4 and then you pay $20 for parking… Then you have to pay for each activity inside. The actual Ice Kingdom itself was an additional $25 plus 1.75 service fee even if you pay cash -- once you are inside – effectively doubling the price of admission. The tubing is 12.95 plus an additional 1.75 for five runs… That was fun but they won't spin you on the tubes without them getting their hand slapped. My son made a gingerbread house… That was another $35 plus a service fee. You get the idea. While the ice sculptures were lovely inside the Ice Kingdom and the Queen Mary itself is always a delight, if we hadn't had other friends there we would have been bored to tears and felt completely robbed at the ridiculous cost of everything. Admission includes nothing – keep that in mind before you purchase a ticket to this colossally subpar event.