Crowds gather to watch ‘Frozen’ characters appear out of ice in Chestnut Hill [gallery]

Ice sculptors Peter Slavin and Don Harrison headed to Chestnut Hill on Sunday to create “Frozen” themed sculptures including Queen Elsa’s throne and snowman Olaf. 

The event ran from 1 to 3 p.m. and was packed to the brims at Laurel Hill Gardens in Chestnut Hill. Kids eager to meet Queen Elsa, have a turn sitting on the ice throne and take their picture got the chance all while snacking on s’mores and hot chocolate.

 

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