Sunday, November 11, 2018

Season Pass Ornaments (SDC)


ORNAMENTS

Silver Dollar City was one of the first parks in the nation to offer a Christmas event to extend their season.  The park started to commemorate these events with Christmas ornaments after a few years.  The first major ornament was offered in 1992 in the form of a wooden Christmas tree.  The following year, a logo bauble was released. 

In 1993, Silver Dollar City began the tradition of providing its Season Passholders with a pewter Christmas ornament for attending at least 5 of their festivals throughout the season.  

In the 2003 Season, with the addition of the Celebration City, those with the All-City Season Pass were given an additional ornament for visiting all three parks.  This continued through 2008 when Celebration City closed for good at the end of the season.

Wooden Christmas Tree
(1992)

Logo bauble
(1993)

Wilderness Church
(1994)

Frisco Steam Train
(1995)

Icon Christmas Wreath
(1996)

Main Street Fire Tower
(1997)

Lloyd "Shad" Heller Tribute
(1998)

Harvey Water Clock
(1999)

Icon Christmas Tree
(2000)

Hotel / Hannah's Ice Cream Shop
(2001)

McHaffie's Homestead
(2002)

Electric Star Ferris Wheel
(2003 All City Pass)

Silver Dollar Saloon
(2003)

Freedom Fountain
(2004 All City Pass)

Brown's Candy Factory
(2004)

Ozark Wildcat
(2005 All City Pass)

Sullivan's Mill
(2005)

Celebration City Carousel
(2006 All City Pass)

Opera House - A Dicken's Christmas Carol
(2006)

Kalani Towers
(2007 All City Pass)

Carrie's Candles
(2007)

Showboat Branson Belle
(2008 All City Pass)

Culinary & Craft School Inaugural Season
(2008)

Lost River of the Ozarks
(2009)

Silver Dollar City 50th Anniversary Logo
(2010)

Hugo & Mary's Carousel
(2011)

It's A Wonderful Life - Inaugural Season
(2012)

Outlaw Run - Inaugural Season
(2013)

Celebrate America - 2014 Season Theme
(2014)

Fireman's Landing - Inaugural Season
(2015)

America's Celebration of Family - 2016 Season Theme
(2016)

The Year of Food & Crafts - 2017 Season Theme
(2017)

Time Traveler
(2018)