The holiday season is in full swing. We’ve all recuperated from our fabulous Thanksgiving dinners and being up all night and day shopping on Friday. You’ve probably already decided where Christmas dinner will be and what time you’ll surprise the kids with their gifts. Have you decided how the kids will spend their holiday break? After dinner at Grandma’s house and the after Christmas shopping, you have to squeeze in some holiday family fun.
Here are a few of our favorite holiday attractions:
- “Circle of Lights” at Monument Circle in Indianapolis. The “Circle of Lights” is home to the World’s Largest Christmas Tree which is made of 5,000 lights and 52 strands of garland streaming from the 242 foot tall soldiers and sailors monument. A beautiful holiday celebration, the “Circle of Lights” has been named one of the top 5 must see holiday attractions in America. For more information and ticket prices, visit visitindy.com
- Gaylord Hotels ICE! Attractions. The ‘ICE!’ holiday attractions are a family favorite each year. The themed attractions are completely made of sculpted colorful ice maintained at a chilly 9 degrees. Each of the four Gaylord Hotels features a themed ICE! attraction. This year Gaylord National and Gaylord Texan are featuring the “Frosty the Snowman” theme. Gaylord Orlando will feature the “Merry Madagascar” holiday theme. The flagship Gaylord Opryland’s holiday theme will be the popular “Twas the Night before Christmas.” For tickets and times, please visit gaylordhotels.com. ICE! Attractions run now thru 1/3/2015.
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas! (open now till 1/4/2015) Kids will love celebrating the holiday season with the Looney Tunes at the Six Flags Fiesta Texas “Majesty of Christmas” holiday spectacular. Enjoy the Looney Tunes characters, thrill rides, ice skating, and tasty treats. Cap off the night with a special event with Santa at his castle. For more information call 210-697-5050 or click here to go to the parks official website.
- Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Do something totally different this holiday and create your own family traditions by celebrating the season at Disney World. Disney World is a fun place to visit all year, but especially during the holidays. Mickey and his friends take over on select nights with their holiday parade of characters along with an impressive holiday fireworks show and scheduled snowfall. Santa Claus even makes a special appearance. This holiday event runs now thru 12/19/14 (on select nights). Click here for times and ticket information.
BMWK family, what are your favorite holiday attractions?
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