Have you been to the Queen Mary this winter? CHILL is back for the 3rd year and we were there to see the new improvements.
The best improvement that I noted was that the admission price included ALL activities except the bucking reindeer! We made a day out of CHILL going ice-skating, tubing, bounce houses, watched shows, and of course saw the latest ice-sculptures in the 4 degree Ice Kingdom.
I love the quaint village outside the Queen Mary and in the Christmas-time, it turns into Santa's Village with all of the decorations.
There are outside activities from the moment you walk in. From bounce houses to bucking reindeer and ice-skating, there is plenty to do.
For when you want to relax, there are shows for kids of all ages to watch. Check out the sand sculpture!
My kids favorite part of CHILL was the Ice-Tubing and the Ice-Kingdom. The lines can get long and I highly recommend spending the extra money for the ELF Pass! Worth every penny to not have to wait in the long lines.
The ice-sculptures were the perfect way to end the day and we went home to warm up. I am happy to have experienced Queen Mary's CHILL every year since it started and I am happy to see the improvements made every year. I can't wait to see what the Queen Mary holds for us in 2015.
Be sure to check out their upcoming events on their website at http://www.queenmary.com/.
Their next event is their New Years Eve party complete with Fireworks!
DISCLAIMER: I received tickets for my family to experience CHILL in exchange for sharing my experience. All thoughts and ideas are my own. Do not use any photos without permission.
This looks like a fun event we have never been to this before. My son would love the inter-tube ride.ReplyDelete
We went last year and are still hoping to try and make it back this year!ReplyDelete
I think its better than last year seems like theres more to do this yearReplyDelete
What a cool sand castle! Amazing detail!ReplyDelete