As part of PolarTREC Educator Orientation we took a couple of field trips. One of these was to Chena Hot Springs where we got to tour their Ice Museum. Enjoy the video below!

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Ruben Ibarra (not verified)

Wish I could go there.

Orlando Gonzalez (not verified)

I would want to visit that museum one day

samantha orta (not verified)

wow thats so cool

Caleb Medellin (not verified)

How big was the museum?

ulises (not verified)

Looks like a very cool experience

Shantell Martinez (not verified)

That place is so amazing

Shantell Martinez (not verified)

That place is so amazing !!!

Andres (not verified)

how cold was it in there

Michelle Martinez (not verified)

That must have been so cool to experience all the cool ice sculptures!

Jorge Ramirez (not verified)

That is pretty nice.

Guest (not verified)

LOOKS COLD!

Keith Newman 69 420 (not verified)

Wow, those are some really cool sculptures I wonder how long it took to make the seahorse

Abraham ig;abr… (not verified)

noice

ttvstreamerbtyt (not verified)

keep up the grind

Cesar Cardenas (not verified)

That looks like a cool vacation spot! I wonder how long it took them to get the entire museum ready for the public.

Paola Sedeno (not verified)

Looks like fun!

Alexia Flores (not verified)

Wow! I would love to visit that museum someday!

Garbiel (not verified)

I know it's cold in that part of the world but is it cold enough to keep everything there frozen how it is in the video or is it kept frozen by something else (I know it probably isn't this but it's just an example) like liquid nitrogen.

Natalie Gomez (not verified)

How long has it been since the museum first opened ?

Ethan Kypuros (not verified)

Since there was hot springs does that mean the\at there was volcanos ??

Airamy Martinez (not verified)

The ice museum looks really cool!

alondra rodriguez (not verified)

i enjoyed seeing ice museum

Dariella Davila (not verified)

How do they keep the statues stay in place and how did they make the igloo?

Jose Luis Martinez (not verified)

Looks amazing wish i could go there when im older!

Ivan (not verified)

I want to go there one day.

Guest (not verified)

I wonder how long it took to build.

Ximena Segura (not verified)

How can The Flowers survive in the ice

Norma (not verified)

Such a beautiful place to visit!

Alany (not verified)

That looks like an extraordinary place to visit.

Alejandra Martinez

The museum has been open for years. They really only replace part of it at a time. The guide said they had recently replaced one of the horses head's. You could tell it was crystal clear and less frosty than the other parts of that sculpture.

Emily E (not verified)

I wonder how long it would take to make all of those sculptures.

Annette Rodriguez (not verified)

What was your favorite part of the field trip?

Dael Barragan (not verified)

How long did it take to construct the entire museum?

Natalie Gomez (not verified)

How were the ice sculptures made? They look extremely difficult to have gotten them to their desired shape. This place is definitely on my bucket list!!!!

Janell Velasquez (not verified)

Looks like a very beautiful museum. Hope to visit Alaska one day to see the features of the museum

Janie Rodriguez (not verified)

I wonder how long it took to build that building,also how to maintain the ice without melting.

Alejandro Martinez (not verified)

WOW! Must be freezing in there!

Zuhailey Diaz (not verified)

Besides the Ice museum, what other field trips did you go on that was part of Polar TREC?

Gael Villarreal (not verified)

How long does it take to freeze a plant in the ice orb.

Christopher Garcia (not verified)

How big was the museum?

Gisselle Lozano (not verified)

What was the lowest temperature that the museum can get so the ice sculptures wont melt ?

alexis saldivar (not verified)

it's beautyful

Monica Moran (not verified)

Everything looks so cool!

sea bear enthusiast (not verified)

must be very cold inside there

Abigail Ledesma (not verified)

it looks so beautiful but i bet it was cold