Gaylord Texan’s ICE! Display

A sneak peek at the Frosty the Snowman-themed "ICE!" show at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, running Nov. 13 - Jan. 3.

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The exhibit includes a giant, 12-lane snow tubing hill, made with real snow.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The Gaylord Texan Resort offered a sneak peek of the annual Lone Star Christmas and ICE! exhibit this year it's a Frosty the Snowman theme.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The exhibit features three-dimensional ice sculptures and holiday scenes from Frosty the Snowman.
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The exhibit includes a giant, 12-lane snow tubing hill, made with real snow.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The exhibit includes a giant, 12-lane snow tubing hill, made with real snow.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The exhibit features three-dimensional ice sculptures and holiday scenes from the classic Christmas story
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
It takes 2,000,000 pounds of ice to create ICE!
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
40 artisans from the City of Harbin (China) Tourism and Development Commission sculpt the attraction by hand.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The temperature setting for the ICE! structure is 9 degrees. The average temperature fluctuates from 9 to 20 degrees, but is always under freezing.
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Santa's Wild Workshop includes an area to decorate gingerbread cookies with Gingy the gingerbread man.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
You can chill out at On The Blocks an exclusive bar where adults 21 and over can enjoy a sampling of Johnny Appleseed cider poured through an ice luge or Gaylord's special "BlockBuster" drunk served in a souvenir glass.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The exhibit features three-dimensional ice sculptures and holiday scenes from the classic Christmas story
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
A nativity scene carved out of clear ice looks like crystal.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
A nativity scene carved out of clear ice looks like crystal.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The ICE! exhibit's official grand opening is on November 13. The exhibit runs through January 3, 2015.
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Roy Hernandez, NBC 5 Photojournalist
The ICE! exhibit's official grand opening is on November 13. The exhibit runs through January 3, 2015.
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