It takes less than an hour to walk around the center of the small town of Queenstown, so I walked in when I saw a small shop. I accidentally found this ice bar. I went in and provided coats and gloves. I didn’t feel cold and changed colors at any time. For me who was born in the south and can't see ice and snow, this is a different experience.
Minus 5º ICE BAR won't be the bar you go to every weekend, but it sure is fun to give it a go when you're in Queenstown. Everything is made out ice, even the glass that your drink is served in as well as the seats you sit on. Definitely a unique experience. My dad and I took lots of fun cheesy photos here.
This place was just a kick. You don cold weather gear and then literally step into their freezer for drinks. Drinking a frosty beverage surrounded by ice makes you feel a bit like you are inside the drink. It was cold, however, so I don't think my group lasted more than half an hour or so.
This was good fun! I went here years ago when it was one of the first Ice bars around. They give you a cozy jacket to wear inside. The room was very impressive, though you only get to spend a few minutes in there. Your glass is made of ice. I ate part of my glass. Hahaha.
It was a really unique experience. It's kind of a small place, but it's definitely worth going! The ice sculptures are beautiful and hilarious at the same time. The alcohol hits you twice as fast, so I recommend not drinking too much too soon. I definitely recommend it!