Hear ye, hear ye! All little royals across the land are invited to enjoy an afternoon of magic and fantasy at New England Carousel Museum’s and Bushnell Park Carousel’s Princess Teas.
These enchanted tea parties for children and their caregivers will feature cookies and juices, wand craft, story time, carousel rides, balloon animals and more. The fairy-tale will continue with a royal meet and greet and photo opportunity with a special guest princess.
The Princess Tea will be held Sundays, throughout the year, 1:00 – 3:00 PM.
Tickets are $20 per child and $5 for Adults. New England Carousel Museum and Bushnell Park Carousel Members pricing is $15 per child and free for Member Adults. Tiaras and royal dress is highly encouraged.
Reservations are required and these events are expected to sell out. Don’t miss your chance to participate in this afternoon of fun and royal make-believe. To make your reservation call 860-585-5411 or book online.
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