EPIC thrilled over 140,000 fear-seekers annually with award-winning terror that catapulted The Queen Mary into the top 10 most haunted destinations on Earth.
The first Ice Adventure Park in the United States and inspired from Vienna and Moscow – It was 38,000 square feet with over two million pounds of interactive ice. This skate-through attraction featured ice skating,ice tubing, ice cycling, ice bumper cars, ice shuffle boards and a 9-degree ice bar.
Dark Horizon was Florida’s first-ever West Coast style and award-winning haunt featuring three gruesome haunted houses, four immersive bars, and two stages. Hundreds of monsters scared thousands of patrons over sixteen terrifying nights.
Ice Kingdom guests grabbed a parka and headed into the 13,000 square-foot Ice Kingdom that included the world’s largest igloo. Inspired by the winter festival in Harbin China, over 30 artists crafted this wonderland with over 36 truckloads of ice – some sculptures stood 24 feet tall!
1122_FEA_LPT-L-CHILL-04-TRC One of the artisans from Northeast China cuts blue ice with a chainsaw as work continues on the ice sculpture for the Queen Mary's annual holiday event CHILL and ÒIce KingdomÓ on the grounds with with ice skating and tubing in Long Beach, CA. November 13, 2013. About 30 artisans from Harbin in Northeast China temporarily relocated to the ship to begin building out and carving the two million pounds of ice to create the larger than life sculptures. The theme of the ice kingdom is the Nutcracker and sculptures will depict that epic holiday story book scenes and characters including the Nutcracker.(Thomas R. Cordova/Press-Telegram/Daily Breeze)
Chinese ice sculptors labor to complete the CHILL ice kingdom in Long Beach on Thursday. CHILL is returning to the Queen Mary on November 21. This year's event offers an all inclusive ticket that let's guests enjoy ice skating under the stars, ice tubing and a tour of the all new Ice Kingdom that features over 2 million pounds of sparkling ice hand carved into a California holiday adventure. ///ADDITIONAL INFO: lbr.chill.1116 - 11/13/14 - PHOTO BY JOSHUA SUDOCK, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER - Picture made at The Queen Mary in Long Beach on Thurssday, November 13, 2014.
Guests celebrated an All-American 4th of July with live entertainment, family-friendly activities, carnival games, and a breath-taking air show. The red, white, and blue celebration concluded with a 15-minute firework extravaganza.
Taste of Downtown showcased the downtown Long Beach culinary culture. Local downtown restaurants gathered in three different locations on three separate dates during the and offered guests sample-sized portions of their best dishes.
Epic kicked off the holiday season at the beautiful Hilton Bayfront in downtown San Diego in 2017. Holiday goers created new traditions and enjoyed memorable family activities while being immersed in a winter wonderland.
This exceptional exhibit was the first shipboard attraction to combine personal and historical artifacts connected to the Royal Family. The stunning memorabilia included dresses, photographs, heirlooms, and other items cherished by the Royal Family.