|ICE SLIDE AND SUBMARINE TO BE REVEALED AS TRANSFORMATION CONTINUES AT ICE LAND: A CARIBBEAN CHRISTMAS|
What: Ice Slide and Submarine Revealed in Weekly Media Preview of Moody Gardens ICE LAND: A Caribbean Christmas
Where:Moody Gardens ICE LAND Tent in Central Parking Lot
One Hope Boulevard
Galveston, Texas 77554
When:10:30 a.m. Thursday, October 20, 2016
Interview: Moody Gardens Representatives
Photo Opp:Grab a parka and get ready to slide down the towering replica oil rig ice slide created within ICE LAND as part of this year’s Gulf Coast theme. In addition to sliding down the ice slide, guests can also explore great depths inside of a submarine made completely out of ice. The ice slide is part of scene 4 of this extensive exhibit and the submarine is part of scene 6.
Details:Moody Gardens invites you inside the ICE LAND tent to see the CAA Harbin Ruijing Carving Team at work as they carve 2 million pounds of ice into majestic works of art inside the 28,000 square foot tent structure in the Moody Gardens parking lot.
Every Thursday through November 3, Moody Gardens will provide access into this attraction to capture the magic of this team of 32 uniquely talented artists. They will work diligently over this 45 day period to create this spectacular ice creation held at only nine degrees.
Opening day for ICE LAND is November 12, the public will have the chance to view these impressive ice sculptures as it remains open through January 8. With the addition of ICE LAND, Festival of Lights and six other holiday attractions, Moody Gardens will be the largest holiday destination in the Southwest.
RSVP: Those wishing to attend will need to RSVP by October 19 at 5 p.m. Please call 409-683-4209 (office), 409-370-4585 (cell) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: all attendees are required to wear the appropriate closed-toed shoes during their visit. We will provide a parka. Gloves and a hat are recommended.
Moody Gardens® is a public, non-profit, educational destination utilizing nature in the advancement of rehabilitation, conservation, recreation, and research.