Titanic Museum Attraction hosts 2012 NICA U.S. Nationals
Adventure to the Ozarks to the Titanic Museum was pleased to start in 2012 by hosting the National Ice Carving championships. The event is home to some of the most creative people in America working with the most temporary of items: ice. Ice carving is a skill that is done with a timer in the background, and the large space of the Titanic Museum was perfect to host the carvers as they came into Branson, Missouri for the competition. The NICA National Championship brought together the best ice carvers in the country with their power tools and fine finishing tools to create sculptures that look like they were made by an artist over the course of days or even months. Their skills come to live in a few hours, and they provide a showcase for everyone in attendance. Branson, Missouri hosted because it is one of the largest entertainment locations in America.
The NICA National Championship has been a place for ice carvers to come together once a year to see who is the best in the business. The carvers have practiced for months and months for the show, and they carve their sculptures in front of a crowd that is waiting with breathless anticipation to see who the winner will be. Visiting Branson, Missouri to see the nationals is, alone, a good idea. There are shows, shopping and food in the city people will love, and they can sit down for most of the day to watch the ice carvers at the Titanic Museum. The Titanic museum holds onto the history of the world's most famous shipwreck, and it tells the stories of its passengers. The two come together for high entertainment for all to witness. After seeing this great event, check out all the nearby activities to enjoy. For the best time in Branson, book your vacation package today.