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Queen Mary's Chill is returning next month with an Alice in Winterland theme

By Stephanie Morino
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Last week we told you about Snow Day L.A., and now we have a new winter wonderland to fill you in on. The Queen Mary's annual Chill event will return next month with an "Alice in Winterland" theme. From Nov 23-Jan 8, 2017, the Long Beach event space will bring the Lewis Carroll story of Alice in Wonderland to life with its new interactive digital experience. The 14,000-square-foot experience will feature larger-than-life lanterns as you follow Alice and her adventure into the Hall of Doors, the White Rabbit's Kitchen, Mad Hatter's Workshop, the proverbial Tea Party, the Hedge Maze and visits from the Caterpillar and the new Queen of Diamonds, unlocking hidden secrets along the way. 

Alice in Wonderland not quite your thing? Don't worry, there will still be the classic Chill features as well, including ice skating, sleigh rides, visits with Santa and two-story tall ice slides. The North Pole Village will still be decorated as such and there will be a Gingerbread House for those who want to eat their creations—and you can visit Mr. and Mrs. Claus at home too. For those 21 and over, a ticket to Chill also gets you onto the historic ship, where there are plenty of places to drink a cold one if you're looking for a different kind of chill.  

Tickets start at $39.99 for adults and $29.99 for kids ages 4-11. The event will be open on select dates from Nov 23-Jan 8, 2017. For more information, click here

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