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Royal High Tea (rsvp)

Rated G ~ Show&Demo ~ Educational, Interactive

& meal

Sit under shade trees next to our lake enjoying exotic teas and pastries, as you meet villagers, entertainers, and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth I. The Royal Tea is an elegantly fun affair, a great event to bring the ladies and gentlemen, or as an outing with your children. The Royal Tea is at high-noon on Saturdays (with a Fairy Tea on the Friday after Thanksgiving) on Hill Road near the Forest Glen. Sellouts are common; it's best to reserve your spot a couple of weeks in advance. $25 per person for same-day seating.

A High Tea at noon Experience a Royal Tea with Her Majesty & friends Every Saturday at 12:00 PM, includes food. Only 24 seats available at each tea. Click Here for a Royal Tea RESERVATION ($25 Each). The Royal Tea is more than tea time with the Queen -- it's an experience. Set in our shaded lakeside tea garden, this elegant respite features a select variety of exotic teas, as well as fresh scones, delightful pastries, and finger sandwiches. While sipping a cup of tea (perhaps our custom-blended Renaissance Tea), enjoy live music and join in on repartee between the Queen and visiting nobles, villagers and entertainers. You'll learn a little tea trivia, and its importance in history (remember the Boston Tea Party?). Fun fact: tea is the most popular drink in the world, and the favorite drink in every country except one.

Appearing at the High Garden Stage

  • Sat Nov 4th 12:00pm
  • Sun Nov 5th 12:00pm
  • Sat Nov 11th 12:00pm
  • Sun Nov 12th 12:00pm
  • Sat Nov 18th 12:00pm
  • Sun Nov 19th 12:00pm
  • Fri Nov 24th 12:00pm
  • Sat Nov 25th 12:00pm
  • Sun Nov 26th 12:00pm
  • Sat Dec 2nd 12:00pm
  • Sun Dec 3rd 12:00pm
  • Sat Dec 9th 12:00pm
  • Sun Dec 10th 12:00pm

About Queen Elizabeth I

Her majesty Queen Elizabeth I is on holiday and visiting our Village of Albright. Catch her in the parade, feel free to join the parade and follow her to the Joust tournament. Once a day she also bestows Knighthoods, and Ladyships to those deserving.

Our very own "Queen Elizabeth I of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival," earned second place in the new national awards for Renaissance Festival Performers. Huzzah to her for earning this award, through her monarchy over the RenFest.