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Former Grand Strand attraction is being demolished

The former attraction, Ice Palace in Fantasy Harbor is being torn down. The former attraction, Ice Palace in Fantasy Harbor is being torn down.
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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Another former attraction in the Grand Strand is being torn down.

This is video of the former Ice Palace in Fantasy Harbor. The building is behind the former Freestyle Music Park attraction.

Freestyle has also seen demolition of its own in the past few months. It's biggest roller coaster was dismantled just a few months ago.

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