Tuesday, 11 October 2011 8:04 AM
Families and other travellers looking for things to do in Florida will soon be able to check out a new attraction at Busch Gardens.
Operating company SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment has announced that Iceploration, the park's biggest ice show to date, will debut on February 2nd 2012.
The organisation said that the new production will be the latest in a series of "unforgettable entertainment experiences" at Busch Gardens, following the likes of World Rhythms on Ice and the Broadway-style KaTonga: Musical Tales from the Jungle.
Iceploration will feature a cast of 20 performers bringing to life a story of adventure and discovery in the park's Moroccan Palace venue.
The show will see Austin, a computer-savvy youngster, being taken on a journey by his grandfather and learning that the wonders of modern technology do not necessarily provide a genuine and meaningful connection to the wider world.
Audiences will be able to see skilful ice skaters, aerial acrobats, master puppeteers and live animals during a 30-minute experience visiting various locations across the globe.
The story will begin in the African Serengeti and the Great Barrier Reef before heading to the Arctic and Amazon rainforest.
Iceploration performances will be included in daily park admission or annual pass schemes at Busch Gardens.
The park also boasts attractions such as the Cheetah Hunt, Kumba and SheiKra thrill rides.
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