The perfect wine tour of Wisconsin Dells for those who can't spare 6 hours. Half of the time with good wine, fun & laughs along the way.
We visit a winery, a candy company for delicious samples, & a gourmet lunch at Trapper’s Turn on the golf course! The tour is 3-3.5 hours in length and it is OK to bring wine or drinks purchased on the tour on board (makes it so much better). This tour is narrated, fun, a great quick escape for your bachelorette party, work outing, get together, and more. Come & relax with us. Prize give aways as well! A must-do in Wisconsin Dells! Book now because tickets sell out well in advance! Dells Trolley makes dreams come true 🙂
Please patronize the local wineries. They are family owned and really value your purchase! There are multi-bottle and case discounts!
Respect others on the tour and allow them to enjoy our guided tours. It is a major part of the experience.
Lunch may be held at another great alternative restaurant in the rare event Trapper’s is unable to host.
Alcohol cannot be carried on from outside, but OK to purchase from the local wineries and consume while on the tour. There is PLENTY of storage space for your bottles and cases. Just let us know and we will take care of it for you.
**Occasionally tours can go longer if the group is large.
Bobber’s Island Grill opens the bar for us at 10 A.M. so feel free to enjoy a drink before the tour and be comfortable. Just be outside 10 minutes before departure.
We are a private company owned by Ringdahl & Company. We have no affiliation with the wineries other than working with them for these tours. We are not paid to go there. We take you there because we truly believe it is the best experience available. Our tours are our passion!
Remember, it is a trolley. The seats all have backs but are wood. Some people prefer to bring a cushion or similar to sit on. Most think it is comfortable but it has been mention a few times that they wish they brought that along. Hope this helps!!
**Please drink in moderation, we want you to remember the tour. The wineries have the right to refuse admission to anyone who is extremely intoxicated.