Champlain's Good Cheer Lobster Feast
‘Order of Good Cheer’ inspired feast set at the Habitation at Port Royal where Samuel de Champlain first initiated the Order in 1606 at the site of the first permanent European settlement in Canada.
This ‘all-inclusive’ experience includes return transportation from Annapolis Royal, exclusive after-hours access to Port Royal National Historic Site, a customized tour of the site by Champlain himself, an interactive experience with a Mi’kmaq interpreter, a four-course lobster feast (**), paired with local wines, spirits and micro-brews, Acadian music, and a few other surprises throughout the evening.
Mi’kmaq and Acadian cultures are highlighted through interactive activities and live performance.
Participants will also be inducted into one of the oldest social clubs in North America.
Van's will depart the Hillsdale House Inn at 5:15 pm sharp and expected arrival back at the Inn is 9:30 pm.
We will be offering this experience at least 4 times during the 2018 season, for a maximum of 12 people each time.
ADVANCE PURCHASE IS REQUIRED. Please call 902-532-2345 for more information, or click on the button below to subscribe to our E-Newsletter for further updates on this experience and other things that we have planned.
We also will be holding a few rooms at a special discount to anyone who would also like to enjoy an overnight stay at the end of the evening at the Hillsdale House Inn.
** Please note that while the intention of this experience is to showcase local seafood, special arrangements can be made to accommodate anyone who is unable to consume seafood.
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