Step into a time machine masquerading as a bright red Santa Sleigh and be prepared to experience a magical horse drawn sleigh ride back to an 1860’s mining camp where hearty mountain food is served up with a healthy dose of family dinner theater!
This adventure is fun for the whole family. Once snugly tucked under blankets, two majestic horses pull the red Santa Sleigh through a magical winter wonderland near Breckenridge, Colorado where magnificent tall Pine trees fade in and out of the night and snow glistens like diamonds in the warm light of the lantern. The sleigh driver, often accompanied by a friendly canine companion, shares stories that delight and entertain.
After your tranquil ride the sleigh pulls up to an 1860’s mining camp which includes an authentic dining hall filled with lamp light, mouth-watering aromas and heat blasting out of two wood burning stoves. Also enjoy our rustic outdoor area with a heated Fur trapper tent, blacksmith shed, and we even have a mine shaft house. Everywhere you look there are historic artifacts and one of the stoves is practically groaning under the weight of all the perfectly hand-made apples pies, hearty beans, golden corn on the cob, heavenly hot chocolate and more.
While you’re digging in to your delicious meal enjoy the continuous dinner theater show! Who will entertain—will it be the Mountain Man telling tall tales of trapping, hunting and mountain women? Or will it be the Unsinkable Molly Brown bringing her wholly unique story to life? Or maybe it will be the delightful Dance Hall Girl playfully weaving stories of miners? Learn about Breckenridge as it really was and life in a saloon. No matter who your dinner entertainment, the laughs are many and kids adore the characters as much if not more than the adults!
The colorful character and your dinner theater show, whoever it may be, will guide guests through the chow line where plates are generously heaped with delicious, simple and hearty food—just like what the miners of yesteryear would eat, only better! Silence falls as mouths become preoccupied with eating and then comfortable conversation and easy laughter rings loud as stomachs are satisfied. The night ends with a short sleigh ride back to present day.