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This holiday season, guests can experience ICE! featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas (at Gaylord National), ICE! featuring the Dr. Seuss classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (at Gaylord Opryland), ICE! featuring A CHRISTMAS STORY™ (at Gaylord Palms), and ICE! featuring Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (at Gaylord Texan).
ICE!® featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas ICE!—our signature holiday attraction near Washington, D.C.—is back with a new theme. Watch Charlie Brown rediscover the meaning of Christmas as the beloved story unfolds through 2 million pounds of ice sculptures and displays.
As part of Christmas on the Potomac, the Gaylord National Resort’s ICE! is a special holiday event in the Washington, D.C. area you won't want to miss! This holiday season, the popular holiday attraction returns with a brand-new theme for 2018 — A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Gaylord Hotels ICE! With four hotels to choose from, you will find no shortage of fun at Gaylord Hotels ICE! celebrations. I have been to ICE! at both the Gaylord National and Gaylord Texan, on my bucket list is the Opryland Hotel!
About ICE! At the Gaylord Texan Resort When the holiday season arrives, the grand atrium of the Gaylord Texan Resort might be the most festive place on Earth—save for Santa's sock drawer. Artists work year-round designing the indoor wonderland, from the 54-foot Christmas tree to the 2 million twinkling lights, 15,000 ornaments, and a ...
ICE! Gaylord Hotels’ ICE! celebration brings Christmas to life with hand-carved ice sculptures, children’s programs, live musical performances and more family-friendly cheer. Bring the magic home with an array of Christmas tree ornaments, Yogibo comfort and other festive souvenirs.
1501 Gaylord Trail Christmas is back and better than ever at Grapevine's Gaylord Texan Resort . With 2 million twinkling lights, 15,000 ornaments, an amazing 54-foot-tall Christmas tree, an 8-foot-tall gingerbread house, Santa's Wild Workshop Snow Tubing, Cookies and Milk with Mrs. Claus and ICE! carved from more than 2 million pounds of ice.