Sensory Friendly Experiences
Wexford Winterland provides a number of dedicated sensory friendly sessions in both Wexford on Ice and Santa’s North Pole Experience as follows:
Wexford on Ice
Sensory and wheelchair family skate sessions take place every Saturday morning from 9am – 10am. These sessions give those who wouldn’t normally get the chance to go skating to have their very own special session, where the music and lighting is turned down. It’s fun for all the family to get involved – parents and guardians can join their children without skates. Wheelchair users can take their wheels directly onto the ice!
Date: Every Saturday
Time: 9am – 10am
Tickets: These sessions are free, we just ask for a donation to our charity fund on the day. There is no need to book in advance, just turn up!
Santa’s North Pole Experience
Be prepared for magic and fun around every snowy corner when you visit The Enchanted Forest, The Elves’ Village, The Workshop and Santa’s Reindeer Stables before meeting Santa Claus himself!
For this sensory friendly session:
- Capacity is reduced by 30% to allow more time for all the children to enjoy the experience.
- Music will be turned off.
- Lighting will be adjusted.
- There will be no flashing lights or strobe lighting.
- Signing from Santa will also be available for children and parents with hearing impediments.
- Santa’s North Pole Sensory Sessions will take place Saturday’s between 10-11am.
Time: 10 & 10:30 slots every Saturday
Tickets must be booked at the Box Office or by contacting 053 912 1974 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adults: € 8
Children aged 3 – 12: €16 – includes a gift from Santa.
Toddlers aged 1 – 2 : € 8 – includes a gift from Santa.
Children under 12 months are free. However they will not receive a gift, you can book a toddlers ticket for babies if you wish.
See what awaits you at Santa’s North Pole Experience!!