Seeing The Massive Snow Sculptures In Dubuque, Iowa Will Be Your Favorite Winter Memory

Is there any more iconic winter tradition than building a snowman? Sure, most childhood snowmen are pretty rudimentary affairs – three big balls of snow topping each other, jazzed up with whatever accessories can be found around the house. The snow sculptures you’ll see in Dubuque this winter are something else entirely – unique creations from some of the Hawkeye State’s best snow artists. Every year, the Dubuque Museum of Art and the city’s Office of Art and Cultural Affairs work together to bring the Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition and Festival to light, and the dates for 2023 will be announced soon. What will this year’s creations look like? Let’s take a look back into the past of this fascinating competition.

Have you visited the Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition and Festival in past years? Let us know about your visit to some of the most stunning snow sculptures in Iowa in the comments section. For all the details on next year’s event, follow the city’s cultural office on Facebook for all the latest details. And while it’s still the holiday season, why not visit the state’s most charming Christmas town?

Address: Washington Street, Washington St, Dubuque, IA 52001, USA
Address: Dubuque Museum of Art, 701 Locust St, Dubuque, IA 52001, USA

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