We didn't tour the ice museum itself, although from the little we did see of it on the way into the video, it appeared somewhat interesting. It is obviously an old theater with minimal updates, but the few ice sculptures we saw were very interesting.
Our visit to the museum was for the 8:00 p.m. movie on the northern lights. This movie was produced by a local photographer to show the northern lights and features 33 different auroras, as well as other pictures of fairbanks at night, all set to classical music. It is shown in panoramic format and was interesting to watch. The producer/photographer himself shows the video and is available afterwards for questions.
Overall it was very good. My wife loved it, I was amazed at all the hard work and talent that went into producing the movie, but my teenage daughter wasn't overly impressed. I wouldn't call it an 'exciting' movie, but I think worth the $10 to see.
By the way, if you want to see the ice museum as well, they have an $18 special that gets you both, but you'll have to finish your museum tour prior to the 8:00 p.m. movie.
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