Snowmagica review: has no attraction whatsoever

Imagica Snow Park was a free add on to our package during the Independence Day long weekend. I thought it was a great offer to club it with my theme park visit. I had visited a couple of indoor snow parks in the past and had a good time so I automatically assumed that it was a fun add on to our program that day. Did we have fun? Not really and thank god it was free else I would have regretted spending money on it. Imagica, please gear up. Your snow park has got nothing inside other than the rubber toboggans.

Imagica snow park

Polar bear sculpture

Snowmagica review

Seal sculpture

At the entrance they charge you Rs 50 to take your mobile camera inside. 😮 Why? No idea. Pay another Rs. 80 for socks, in case you are not wearing one. At -10 degree the jackets are not well equipped as the Velcro closings keep on opening from time to time. My daughter froze because of bad clothing gear. The rubber shoes are not good enough to handle freezing temperatures. So, with basic socks, your feet become numb after a while. There is one plastic igloo which has a very narrow entrance. Tough to get inside and a few plastic sculptures of polar bears, seals, penguins, etc.

Snowmagica review

Car sculpture

At a hidden corner, I found a few ice sculptures of cars. They looked like ice-lollies. The ice has hardened at many places that invites free fall for people who are not careful while walking. The park has no other activity whatsoever.

Snowmagica review

Inside the igloo

We were out in no time. Having seen good snow parks in other cities, I felt that it was a big disappointment. Not worth your money, time and efforts. Avoid, if you can.

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