MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – An ice maze is coming to south Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII.

The Minneapolis Institute of Art says it’ll host the frigid design on its campus, outside its 24th Street entrance.

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Mia officials say the maze will stand 6-feet tall and be 20-by-40-feet in dimension. It’ll depict the museum’s logo and images from an up-coming exhibition on Chinese art.

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Like entrance to the museum, the maze will be free.

The maze is expected to open on Feb. 1 and be available to visitors through Feb. 4.

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After that, it’ll depend on weather if the maze is to remain open.