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ICE! – Gaylord Opryland

Saturday Dec 2, 2017 at 9:00am

ICE! featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas – Gaylord Opryland

Don’t miss ICE! featuring A Charlie Brown Christmas by Charles Schulz. Watch Charlie Brown rediscover the true meaning of Christmas as the beloved classic story unfolds through interactive ice sculptures and displays. Experience the Peanuts gang in iconic scenes such as their holiday play rehearsal, Snoopy’s decorated doghouse and Charlie Brown choosing the perfect Christmas tree. Everything is hand-carved from 2 million pounds of ice!

ICE! is an indoor winter wonderland featuring:
• Walk-through holiday attraction, kept at a chilly 9 degrees
• Hand-carved by 40 artisans from Harbin, China
• Four two-story tall ice slides
• Full Nativity in stunning, crystal clear ice

Details:

Saturday, December 2
Check-in is 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Please arrive early, you will not be allowed to check-in as Autism Tennessee after 10:00 AM. You may stay as long as you wish.

Register below by Thursday, November 28@ 12:00.
Where?
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
2800 Opryland Drive · Nashville, Tennessee 37214 USA

Parking at Opry Mills.

Tickets available to the first 50 Autism Tennessee members who purchase tickets. Tickets must be purchased through Autism Tennessee. Prepaid Reservations are Required by November 28, 2017, by 12:00 Noon.

Register here

Ice 2017

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    Please pay for your ICE Registration on the next page using either PayPal or your credit card (this option is listed under "Pay with a debit or credit card"). Thank you!

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Additional hours available by appointment.

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