The Queen Mary’s Annual CHILL Event Running Through January 8

Queen Mary New Year's Eve Party

Guests can continue to enjoy the holiday spirit at the Queen Mary’s fifth annual CHILL event with family fun activities. The event runs through January 8 (it opened on November 23), and guests can still experience the all-new digitally immersive Alice in Winterland attraction, ice tubing, ice skating, gingerbread decorating, and more. 

Several celebrities have visited CHILL, including reality star and designer, Nicole Richie, actor and rapper, Bow Wow, singer and actor, Drake Bell, and a few of the cast members from NBC's This Is Us. Multiple Disney stars have stopped by the winter wonderland including Kayla Maisonet, Landry Bender, and Roni Hawk.

CHILL has nightly live entertainment, six-lane ice tubing down Glacier Glide, the swingin' sleigh ride, ice skating on the Looking Glass Ice Rink, rides on the world's largest rocking horse, Tinsel & Toy Paintball Experience, and more. The North Pole Village hosts visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and also has a life size gingerbread house with cookie decorating, stocking decorating, carolers, and entertainers.


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Pricing starts at $39.99 for adults and $29.99 for kids (ages 4-11). Tickets include entrance to Alice in Winterland, ice tubing, CHILL Village, Swinging Sleigh Ride, Curiouser Carousel, live entertainment, and access to the Queen Mary ship, including the Polar Express 4D Experience in the 4D Theater. Hotel and VIP packages are also available. CHILL is open January 5-8.


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