The party of the year is coming! Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation invites you to a special evening of winter fun! Enjoy colonial music and join in the dancing with the Ministers of Apollo, test your skills with colonial games, learn about tavern culture from brewmaster Michael Carver, sip on local refreshments, and bid on notable auction items all while dining at the historic Kings Mills. *21 plus event
Tickets include dinner, drinks, and entertainment.
When - Saturday, January 27, 2024 - 5 PM to 9 PM
Where - Kings Mills - 6000 Pennell Rd, Media, PA 19063
Attire - Semi-Formal, Colonial Clothing, or Masquerade Costume. The choice is yours!
Proceeds from the Winter Masquerade are used to support our historic farm operations, care of our heritage breed animals, and our many education programs, including field trips, outreaches, summer camp, and skills workshops.
Masquerades were very popular events in the 18th century, often hosted by high members of society or royalty to celebrate the period between Twelfth Night and Ash Wednesday. Party goers donning festive costumes and masks would arrive at midnight and enjoy all manner of splendor until the morning light. Festivities would include dancing, decadent desserts, drinks, games, and conviviality.