The International Drive observation wheel has redecorated four of its capsules with holiday motifs, including one dedicated to St. Nick.

Tickets to ride in the holiday capsules begin at $30, and they include priority boarding and holiday music during the 20-mintue rotation. Themes include gingerbread house, winter wonderland and candy canes.

At select times through Dec. 25, young guests can ride with Santa. Ticket packages begin at $35 and include priority boarding, photo opportunities, a holiday cookie and a holiday story reading during the trip.

The Eye has shifted to holiday color scheme in its exterior lights. The Eye will feature blue and white lighting to celebrate the last day of Hanukkah on Dec. 14.

Orlando Eye is part of the I-Drive 360 complex, which has added an outdoor ice-skating rink and snow machines for the season. Ice-skating rates begin at $10 (with advanced purchase of Orlando Eye admission) or $12 at the door. The cost includes 30 minutes of skate time and skate rentals.

via orlandosentinel