Jerri Hamachek - 4:30
Marketing Director, Moody Gardens
Posted Jan 04, 2017
ICE LAND: Ice Sculptures, A Caribbean Christmas - Brand new theme for 2016! Moody Gardens has charted your course for the ultimate Caribbean Christmas! Embark on a breathtaking undersea journey made of two million pounds of ice! A towering oil rig ice slide takes you to the breathtaking Flower Garden Banks and the Gulf of Mexico as you encounter spectacular schools of beautiful tropical fish, eagle rays, turtles, dolphins, hammerhead sharks and more on your way to your island destination ' Festival of Lights: A mile long trail featuring over 100 lighted scenes themed to holiday music, Includes an outdoor ice rink. Admission is $10.95 and all other attractions are just $7 more at the Aquarium Pyramid, Rainforest Pyramid, Arctic Ice Slide, Colonel Paddlewheel Boat, Discovery Museum, SpongeBob SubPants Adventure and holiday films in MG3D and 4D Theater. ' Best Bargain: Get a Holiday Pass that includes admission to ICE LAND, Festival of Lights and 1 additional attraction of your choice for $34.95. ' Food Drive Thursdays: Bring a non-perishable food item and receive 2 for 1 Festival admission. Proceeds go to the Galveston and Houston Food Banks to help needy families this holiday season. ' Cirque Joyeux Noel Dinner & Show is December 16 - 25 at Moody Gardens Hotel. ' Moody Gardens ICE LAND and Festival of Lights, November 12 - January 8 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. 800-582-4673
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