As part of its arrangement with the Corning Glass
Museum, Solstice has its own onboard museum
showing examples of the glass blowers art (above).
(See also Hot Glass Show on the Entertainment
page of this tour).
The Millenia Fine Art Gallery (left) offers
premium quality works for sale.
Overlooking the central atrium
on the decks that are otherwise
comprised of passenger cabins
are a series of public rooms.
Left: The two-deck high
Library has a sizeable
collection and offers
comfortable chairs for reading.
Right: Team Earth is a
venue done in partnership with
Conservation International. It
has photographs, exhibits and
touch-screen dsiplays about
conservation efforts around the
Below left: The Card Room
has board games as well as
tables for card players.
Below right: Celebrity
Online is an Internet Cafe.
Besides offering Internet access,
the room is used for computer
Left: The Sky
Right: The Photo
acessories as well as
the photos taken
onboard by the ship's
Solstice has an array of shops located on
Decks Four and Five. Those on Deck Four
are referred to as the Shops on The
Boulevard and include stores selling logo
clothing, souvenir items, duty-free liquor and
sundries. The shops on Deck Five are the
Galleria Boutiques and include jewelry,
watches and other high end items.
The Fun Factory provides supervised
activities for passengers ages 3 to 12. (See
program examples of the Solstice Profile
Page). Facilities in the Fun Factory area
include a play area, wide screen televsions
and age-appropriate arcade games.
The X Club is for teenagers 13 to 17. It has
teenage-oriented entertainment and exploration activities.
(See program example of the Solstice Profile Page).
Facilities include a coffee bar (above left) and a club
featuring wide screen televisions and a dance area (above
Left: The Video Arcade located near the X Club.
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