Winter activities are great for people who enjoy cold weather or those who have just always wanted to yell, "Eat my flakes, you snowballs!" Chill out with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $8 for admission for two, valid Fridays and Saturdays from November 30–December 15 (a $16 value)
- $16 for admission for four, valid Fridays and Saturdays from November 30–December 15 (a $32 value)
- $8 for admission for two, valid Fridays and Saturdays from December 21–December 29 (a $16 value)
- $16 for admission for four, valid Fridays and Saturdays from December 21–December 29 (a $32 value)
Ogle tons of wintry attractions, such as the jingle-bell hayride, Elves Walking Trail of Lights, Gingerbread Decorating Kitchen, or the Ice Cutter's Studio, open from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Guests can attend scheduled events, absorbing classic holiday tales from the storyteller or attempting to best one another in a snowball battle.
The Ice Cutter's Christmas
Award-winning ice sculptor T. Jay Maclaskey and his wife, Carol, open their doors to the public yearly, inviting carloads of families to attend their ranch and the festival known as The Ice Cutter's Christmas. They take kids on jingle bell hayrides across the 40 rolling acres to see sights such as a 109-year-old barn, known as the Fire and Ice Hall, bedecked in lights and light sculptures of holiday scenes in the woods. Inside, their extensive freezers house a glittering collection of ice sculptures created by the owner, and visitors can watch as he carves a brand new one before their eyes. Storytellers spin holiday tales and visitors sing Christmas carols as mini horses, goats, and Ziggy the llama jostle to be petted and fed. Finally, staffers put a button on each evening with a big chilly showdown known as the Great Texas Snowball Battle.