Horses & Dreams

 Top Sport. Lifestyle. Entertainment.

Tickets for Horses & Dreams at Hof Kasselmann in Hagen am Teutoburger Wald can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.
Take advantage of the reduced prices in advance. Of course, tickets are also available at the box office.
Admission is free on Wednesdays, and this also applies to the evening opening ceremony.
We wish you lots of fun and a wonderful stay at Horses & Dreams!

One Ticket for Everything! 

If you want to experience Horses & Dreams meets Portugal, you can now buy tickets in the Ticketmaster online shop.

  • Each ticket includes access to the showgrounds with a large lifestyle exhibition, including a taste of the partner country Portugal, free seating in the open grandstands at the show jumping and dressage stadiums and the public restaurant.
  • Children up to the age of 12 are admitted free of charge and there are discounts for young people.
  • A new group special for 10 or more people even offers a 20 per cent discount, but only in advance, so it pays to be quick.
  • Of course, tickets are also available at the door.
  • Admission is free on Wednesdays, and this also applies to the evening opening ceremony.

Important Ticket-Information

Ticket category – There is only 1 ticket category. With the day ticket you have access to the entire show grounds, including the grandstands at the jumping and dressage stadium, as well as the exhibitor mile and the public restaurant.

Grandstands – This year, all visitors have free access to the grandstands (not covered) at the show jumping and dressage stadiums, where they can follow the sporting action up close and in comfort.

Discounts – Reduced prices apply for young people (12-18 years). Admission is free for children under 12. PM members, GiroLive, OS or EL Card holders enjoy special discounts. You can find more information on Ticketmaster.

Visitors with disabilities – For visitors with disabilities and wheelchair users, we have barrier-free seating available in the Public Restaurant area. Visitors with a B in their ID and wheelchair users are entitled to an accompanying person. The disabled visitor pays the regular admission price. The accompanying person receives admission in conjunction with the disabled person, but is not entitled to a seat.

Dogs – Dogs are welcome on the event grounds, but must be kept on a lead!

Access – Areas that are not open to the general public (e.g. stables, function rooms, VIP and media areas) can only be entered with a corresponding authorisation / competition pass.