Discover the magical ice world of Wanagogo Ice Magic with Maya the Bee and Vicky the Viking!

Take a  plunge into the winter world of Wanagogo Ice Magic and fly with Maya the Bee or go on an adventure with Vicky the Viking. Put on your super coolest winter gear, because Wanagogo is covered in a magical layer of snow and ice.

The 16th edition of the Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival in Bruges will take you to the virtual world of Wanagogo, where you will encounter the ever cheerful Maya in her paradise of ice flowers. You will also meet the bravest boy in the world, Vicky the Viking. And all their friends will be joining the party!

Get under the skin of your favourite avatar and let yourself be transported to the magical world of Wanagogo. Fly across the wonderful flower meadow with Maya the Bee. Dance and jump with her among the mushrooms and jostle along with all her friends.

Do you like to come up with some clever schemes or funny tricks? Then sail along with Vicky the Viking on a mad adventure. Hoist the sails and discover Vicky’s challenging world.  Brave the ice cold seas, defy the mightiest storms and help Vicky find a way to outsmart the enemy.

Wanagogo Ice Magic brings your favourite heroes to life in snow and ice and they will take you on an unforgettable journey filled with playing and viewing excitement.

Be sure to visit Wanagogo Ice Magic, the Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival in Bruges and enjoy some great adventures featuring Maya the Bee and Vicky the Viking in the leading roles.




This year, Francis Vandendorpe and the team from Snow & Ice Events NV will organise the 15th edition of the Ice Sculpture Festival. Throughout all these years, this exceptional winter event has been firmly anchored in the City of Bruges and represents a unique tourist attraction.

The Ice Sculpture Festival has become a permanent feature, enhancing the appealing end of year programme in the City of Bruges.

No fewer than 2,300,000 visitors have attended the festival in the past fifteen years. Its reputation and international recognition is such that the initiator and producer, “Snow & Ice Events”, has been approached for a number of years now to create similar productions elsewhere in Europe, as well as in Belgium, from concept to implementation and operation. The expertise that has been built up over all these years is undoubtedly a significant factor in this respect.

For example, at the invitation of the City of Paris, the Festival has been organised twice at the eco-thermal pavilion on the prestigious Avenue des Champs-Elysées as part of the international Christmas market where “ICE MAGIC” welcomed no fewer than 270,000 visitors. Last year, the City of Brussels also invited “ICE MAGIC” to organise an impressive event based entirely on Belgian comic strip heroes as part of the “Winter Wonders” on the Paleizenplein area, “Place des Palais”. The 42 different scenes were admired by no fewer than 160,000 visitors. So it will come as no surprise that there is interest in “Ice Magic” in France, Italy, Spain and Turkey.

Today, “ICE MAGIC” is more than just a name. It represents an original concept, a professional development and an international quality label. So, from this year on, the name of the Festival in Bruges will also be changed to “ICE MAGIC”. Research has revealed that “ICE MAGIC” is a strong international brand name not only with regard to its awareness but also in visual terms.

Bruges is the birthplace and home base of “ICE MAGIC” and the Festival therefore continues to be inextricably linked to the city.


“Frozen”, “Ice Wonderland”, “Ice World”, “Ice Age 3”, “Ice Fantasy”, “Ice Planet”, “Ice Palace”, “Magical Wonders”... all themes that have succeeded in enchanting the young and old alike over the years. The artists’ power of imagination is directly related to the visitor’s empathy and experience, which takes the latter on an adventure in a magical setting and a temperature of around -6° C.

The power of “Ice Magic” lies in the recognisability of characters, scenes and décor as well as in the fragile material that is ice, which is used to produce a short-lived - and therefore unique - exhibition.




Algemene Voorwaarden


Snow & Ice Events N.V.
Kartuizersstraat 50
8310 SInt-Kruis Brugge
BE 0478.368.663





About Wanagogo

Wanagogo is both a digital theme park and an online cinema: you’ll find tons of Studio 100 games, books, series and songs for your tablet, PC or smartphone.

Of course, you can enjoy the famous Studio 100 characters such as K3, Jig Jag, Maya and Willy, Heidi, Bumba, Mega Mindy and Mega Toby, Pete the Pirate, Rox, Vic the Viking and many others.

The beauty of Wanagogo is that it doesn't just provide endless fun at home, you can take it on the road too!

That way, your kids can do what they want, when and wherever they want, in a super safe environment.

In short, Wanagogo is a feast of hours of playing, watching & reading fun, and... there's sure to be a subscription that suits you!!


Student Rates

Studenten (alle leeftijden)  € 5,00
Begeleiders*      Gratis
Studenten (alle leeftijden)
+ Pannenkoek of wafel & frisdrank naar keuze**:
 € 9.00

(*) één begeleider gratis per 15 studenten, overige begeleiders betalen hetzelfde tarief als de studenten.
(**) Gratis begeleider betalen € 5.00 extra voor special.

Duur bezoek: 1h30min
Plan uw bezoek;
 klik hier


Individual prices


Adults € 15,00
Students € 13,00
Seniors € 13,00
Disabled € 13,00
Kids 4-12 jaar € 11,00
Kids 0-3 jaar Free

Combination rates

Combi rates

Combi Boudewijn Seapark - all ages € 25,00
Combi Historium – Adults € 21,50
Combi Historium – Children € 15,00
Combi Choco-Story - Adults € 16,00
Combi Choco-Story - Children 4-12 years € 11,50
Combi Frietmuseum - Adults € 15,50
Combi Frietmuseum - Children 4-12 years € 11.50

Travelers with public transport benefit from the favorable B-Excursions trips. This combination tickets you can obtain in any Belgian station. B-Excursions trip code 444.

Opening hours

Open daily from November 20, 2015 to January 3, 2016, from 10:00 to 18:00. Even on Sundays & holidays.


Stationsplein Bruges
GPS: Buitenbegijnenvest, 8000 Bruges

Practical info

Average temperature: -6°C.Warm clothing is recommended.



Adults € 13,00
Students € 11,00
Seniors € 11,00
Disabled € 11,00
Kids 4-12 year € 9,00
Kids 0-3 year Free


Are you visiting the ice sculpture festival as a group? 
Then take advantage of economical rates and express entry into the ice halls! One guide per 15 visitors gets into the festival for free, as does the bus driver. What’s more, the drivers receive a warm drink of their choice on the house in the “Den Ysput” tavern!

Practical info

A visit to the ice sculpture festival last an hour to an hour and a half. Afterwards, you can warm up in our “Den Ysput” tavern. If you reserve a visit during the week, with the exception of the Christmas holiday, the entire group gets direct access to the ice halls. This is only valid for reservations made five days in advance.

On the day of your visit, go to the festival ticket office to collect your tickets. You can pay for the tickets with cash, payment card or by means of an invoice with a bank transfer*.

(*) Payment via invoice is only possible if requested in advance when making the reservation.


A temporary parking area for buses has been set up at the backside of the trainstation.
Afterwards, your driver can park the bus at the Katelijn car park.

Click here to see the location of the parking.




Would you like to bring your class, association or group to the exhibition?
If so, please register using the contact form below.

We can only guarantee your reservation if all fields are filled out correctly.