Lone Star Christmas at Gaylord Texan

Lone Star Christmas

November 12, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Lone Star Christmas GaylordLone Star Christmas at the Gaylord Texan will feature more than 1.5 million lights on display, a 52-foot rotating tree and lavish decorations.  ICE! is part of the Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas celebration, which features holiday activities for the entire family.  For additional information, visit GaylordTexan.com.

ICE! and Lone Star Christmas

The Gaylord Texan Resort brings the magic of a winter wonderland indoors with its annual ICE! exhibit, featuring more than 2 million pounds of ice hand carved by a team of Chinese artisans. You’ll pile on a heavy parka (provided, but bring a pair of gloves) and stroll through a maze of themed ice sculptures throughout a 14,000-square-foot exhibit hall kept at a numbing 9 degrees. Think 2 million pounds of ice carved, by more than 40 ice sculptors, into symbols of Christmas and well-known, holiday animated characters.

There are also huge ice slides to ride down. ICE! also boasts one-and-a-half million twinkling lights, 12,000 ornaments, a 52-foot-tall rotating Christmas tree, and a life-sized gingerbread house. The temperature inside the exhibit is a chilly 9 degrees so make sure everyone is dressed warmly.

Adult (ages 13+)  $21.99 -$29.99
Child (ages 4-12)  $11.99 – $16.99
Child (ages 3 and under)  FREE
Seniors (ages 55+)  $19.99 – $26.99

Santa’s Wild Workshop Snow Tubing

It is going to snow all season long at Gaylord Texan! Made fresh each morning, our 8-lane giant snow tubing hill is constructed with 1.5 million pounds of real Texas snow. Grab a tube and hang on for downhill fun!

Admission: $18.99 All Ages (includes 12 rides) Snow tubing & ICE! combo tickets are $39.99 for adults and $18.99 for children 12 and under.

The Elf on the Shelf® Scavenger Hunt

Guests will need to put on their thinking caps for The Elf on the Shelf® Scavenger Hunt, an interactive adventure through the resort. Ten of Santa’s scout elf helpers have landed at Gaylord Texan, but they won’t be able to fly to the North Pole until they have a name. By solving puzzles and finding all of the elves hiding around the hotel, kids will reveal the elves’ names so they can report back to Santa. All families that complete this enchanting scavenger hunt will win a special prize.

Admission: $12 per map. Maps can be purchased at the Concierge desk.

Parking for a fee.  May be validated with $25 purchase from any restaurant or gift shop on site.





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