Where are sleigh rides available? How do I purchase sleigh ride tickets?
Our popular horse-drawn sleigh rides are back this season exclusively at our New Hampshire, Wisconsin, and Utah locations! This season, all our sleigh ride trails have been completely re-imagined and enhanced with additional lighting elements.
Sleigh Ride Trails
New Hampshire: Riders are taken on a scenic adventure along an illuminated trail through the woods.
Utah: Guests enjoy a winterscape alongside the mountains through sections of wooded areas illuminated in lights.
Wisconsin: Passengers delight in a lakeside open carriage ride along the golf course at Geneva National Resort and Club where they are taken through tree-lined areas illuminated with lights.
Sleigh Ride Tickets
When purchasing your Ice Castles’ tickets online there will be an option to add a sleigh ride to your order at checkout. If you have already purchased tickets for admission to Ice Castles in the New Hampshire, Utah or Wisconsin locations and want to add the sleigh ride to your experience, tickets are available for purchase on site at Ice Castles.
Sleigh rides are only available to those who have purchased tickets for admission to Ice Castles. Sleigh ride tickets must be purchased in addition to tickets for admission, as sleigh rides are not included, and should be purchased for the same time slot as your tickets for admission. Each sleigh ride ticket is valid for one guest’s ride. Children 3 and under are free and do not require a ticket for a sleigh ride.
Sleigh Ride Seating
Each sleigh can seat up to 15 guests at a time. Multiple parties may be sat in a sleigh at one time.
Sleigh Ride Timing
In New Hampshire and Utah, guests can take the sleigh ride before or after exploring Ice Castles. In Wisconsin, we recommend guests complete their sleigh rides after exploring Ice Castles due to the location of the sleigh ride pick up area. Sleigh rides are 10-15 minutes long.
Sleigh Ride Breaks
New Hampshire: Sleigh rides will not be available from 5:00pm to 6:00pm on Saturdays, holidays (1/16, 2/20) and during winter school breaks (2/20-3/3) to allow the horses to rest.
Utah: Sleigh rides will not be available from 5:00pm to 6:00pm on Saturdays and holidays (1/16, 2/20) to allow the horses to rest.
Wisconsin: Sleigh rides will not be available from 5:00pm to 6:00pm on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays (1/16, 2/20) to allow the horses to rest.