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The 2012 Ice Cutter’s Christmas kicks off Friday, November 30 at 6pm and runs each Friday-Saturday through December 29! Here are some FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS to check out before your visit:
Q: How do we get to you?
A: We are located at Fire and Ice Hall at 15600 FM 2854 in Montgomery, Texas. Coming from I-45, take Exit 85 (the Gladstell/FM 2854 exit) and travel on the feeder to the light at FM 2854 (just after the railroad track). Head west on FM 2854 (left if you’re going north, right if you’re going south) and go exactly 8 miles west to the Fire and Ice Hall, which will be on the right and well lit. Coming from 105 West, take a right at the first traffic light just east of Montgomery onto FM 2854 and go exactly 8 miles east. Fire and Ice Hall will be on the left.
Q: What is Admission and what does that cover?
A: Admission is $8 per person and children 6 and under are free. We do not offer any other discounts at this time. Admission includes entry to the Ice Cutter’s Christmas, a stroll through our Ice Sculpture Gallery, a magical wander through the elves’ trail, Christmas Carol-oke, storyteller time, Ice Sculpture performance, snowball battle, miniature animal farm and unlimited hayrides through the trail of lights. The only other costs are for food/drinks, gingerbread decorating station, ornament decorating station and reindeer games.
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: While our preferred method of payment is cash, we do offer tickets you can purchase via your credit card to use as cash on the grounds. Tickets are available at the information/sign-in desk at the entrance of the barn. You can purchase as many tickets as necessary at $1 per ticket. No refunds on unused tickets. We do not have an ATM on the premises.
Q: What time is the ice sculpture performance? What time is the Snowball Battle?
A: Jay performs each night at 7:30pm on the outdoor stage. Be sure to grab a hot chocolate on your way out and find a good spot for viewing! The snowball battle is at 9pm on the hill (next to the hayride). Be sure to bring mittens (and maybe a spare pair if they get wet!) for your little ones to enjoy the fun! Additional mittens can be purchased in Jingle’s General Store.
Q: We’re starving, will there be food and drinks?
A: Absolutely! You can come hungry, we’ll have Jay’s famous Turkey Gumbo with rice, hot dogs, nachos with chili, hot chocolate, coffee, sodas, water and a huge spread of tasty sweet treats to choose from. We’ll also have s’more kits while they last for you and your loved ones to share around one of our two bonfires!
Q: After we park, where do we go?
A: Most people head to the barn. If you come in through the front double doors, you’ll be greeted by Selena at our information/sign-in desk. There you can pick up a map of the grounds, a business card, ask her any questions you have and sign our book!
Q: Are you wheelchair accessible?
A: We are wheelchair accessible. There aren’t steps anywhere other than the bathrooms which include a ramp. Otherwise, it is mostly outdoors so traversing the lawn will include a few bumps and such…but nothing dramatic. The only thing that isn’t completely accessible is the hayride but if you or your guest are able to be moved, we have two men working on the hayride trail who are always willing to lift someone wheelchair bound into the hayride.
Please use the links above to learn more about the Ice Cutter’s Christmas: photos, details about the event, schedule of events, information on how to participate in the Great Texas Cookie Competition and more!
We look forward to seeing you this year!