ICE at Gaylord Palms Twas the Night Before Christmas

Gaylord Palms ICE

ICE at Gaylord Palms Twas the Night Before Christmas
Now through January 3, 2016

Gaylord Palms ICE

Visiting Orlando around the holidays? Be sure to bring the family to Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee for ICE! ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas! Our family of 4 spent around an hour walking around the attraction.  The girls were amazed with the ice. I loved it but was cold! I highly recommend wearing cold weather clothing and bring gloves and a hat. Parkas are provided and very much needed. Yes, it’s that cold! It’s a great escape into winter weather for us Floridians! Just enough cold air to want us to run back to sunny South Florida!

Over 2 million pounds of ice have been hand-sculpted to tell the story ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. You will be amazed at the creations! Our favorite was the clear ice sculpture of the nativity. It’s at the very end and beautiful!

The BIG blue parkas are provided and needed! It's only 9 degrees! Brrrr!
The BIG blue parkas are provided and needed! It’s only 9 degrees! Brrrr!

The ICE at Gaylord Palms is a family fun attraction that will be the coldest thing you will do, especially in Florida!

Smart Mama Travel Tips

  • Purchase your tickets online for a discounted price: Note that parking is an additional $20/car. 
  • Go appropriately dressed.
  • Upgrade to the Chill Pass to bring your family to the front of the line. 
  • The is a Florida Discount! Save an additional $4 per ticket for advance tickets, and save $3 on regular ticket sales. Use promo code FLR15 when you book your tickets to save**! Offer valid on the purchase of ICE! tickets only.
  • Snow Tubing is additional but will likely be worth the extra dollars for the older kids. 
  • The hotel lobby is an attraction, too! Bring the family to see the beautiful tree and more! 

The Smarty Pants Mama Family is available to visit your property! Contact us to get information on how to set-up the visit!
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