The Queen's Tea
A little taste of class for the young and the young at heart! Children and adults will enjoy this special visit with Royalty at the Festival Chapel Pavilion. The Queen along with her court ladies will give lessons on proper manners as they share afternoon tea and cookies with their special guests. You can sit in the Queen's company and enjoy a delicious English Breakfast Tea sipped from a beautifully decorated tea cup and saucer, which is yours to keep!
The Royal Tea takes place once per festival day at precisely 3:30 pm...be sure not to make the Queen wait! Purchase this wonderful experience for your little princess, knight and yourself for just $18.95 each. There are only 60 settings at each tea party, so be sure to sign up early so you do not miss your exclusive chance to have tea with the Queen!
When: 5:00 to 6:15 PM
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Guests are to check in at the Rose & Crown Tavern at 4:45 PM to partake in a scrumptious five course feast that is truly fit for royalty. Throughout dinner you will be entertained by members of the Royal Court, serenaded by enchanting Musicians and a Royal Toast will be presented by the Queen herself.
Your paid reservation will include:
- All day admission to the Festival that day
- VIP Parking
- Reservation as a Guest for the Royal Feast
Enchanted WeddingsCapture Old World Romance
Each wedding at the Sterling Renaissance Festival is a unique and special event. Whether you prefer it to be large or small, your wedding will be effortless and provide fond memories for you and your guests. The Wedding Chapel, which has an authentic thatched roof and faces the Sterling Creek, provides a picturesque outdoor setting in which to exchange your vows. Your magic day begins with a wedding procession through the Festival.
Receive the royal treatment as you, your guests and the colorful characters of Warwickshire celebrate and toast your new union. This is sure to be the memory of a lifetime! Following your matrimonial union, you and your guests may bask in the enjoyment of the festival for the remainder of the day.