Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is probably the only school where students will do anything to go to. However, the sad part is that it is fictional and is a part of the hugely popular Harry Potter magical universe created by the author JK Rowling. Potterheads around the world have tried to create the magical world of Harry Potter during birthday parties or weddings, but a father from Canada went a step further and decided to gift his little daughters the best Hogwarts experience they could ever imagine by turning the front yard of their house into the Great Hall of the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with ice sculptures.

An ice-carver called Kelly Davies, who lives in Sherwood, Alberta in Canada, made a Harry Potter themed-playground for his little daughters from ice while the snow fell. He went into such excruciating details that he even made Professor Albus Dumbledore’s chair and a miniature ice-replica of the Great Hall, which he termed as “Slice of Hogwarts, according to CBC News. Kelly Davies is making waves on the internet as his ice sculptures have taken the social media by storm. Now, that is a great use of the extreme cold that the United States is experiencing. JK Rowling’s Harry Potter Books Celebrates 20 Years of Being Published With Fans’ Most Memorable Moments Video

Look at the amazing pictures

What a great way to use the snowfall

Watch the ice sculpture here

Watch Kelly Davies hard at work

Canadian Dad of the year

Wow, what a father

Kelly Davies packed snow into large wooden boxes to make ice blocks and as also made owls and torches like the Harry Potter universe. The Great Hall that he has made is so big that now it has extended into his neighbour’s yard as well.