Regency Era-Themed Mystery Dinner Joins Huntsville Botanical Garden’s Summer Event Line-Up

  • Thursday, June 13, 2024

Huntsville Botanical Garden invites guests to step back in time to the elegant world of Regency England at an enchanting murder mystery dinner and interactive show. The Regency Whodunit Mystery Dinner is an evening of intrigue, delight, and delectable fare that is set amidst the backdrop of a royal scandal in the Garden’s Arbor on June 29 at 6 p.m.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and a buffet dinner will be provided by J Raphael Catering. Inspired by the popular Netflix series ‘Bridgerton,’ actors from Blue Melody Theatre will portray vibrant characters as guests work together to unravel clues to solve a heinous murder.

“The Regency Whodunit Mystery Dinner is going to be a fun time for adults looking for a unique experience,” said HBG Visitor Programs Coordinator Sharon Singletary. “We have an amazing array of events lined up for the summer, and the Garden is a fantastic place for a date night, a relaxing evening out with friends, or even a solo stroll through nature.”

 

Pre-purchased tickets are required for the Regency Whodunit Mystery Dinner. Tickets are $65 for members and $75 for non-members, and can be purchased at hsvbg.org/calendar-event/regency-whodunit-mystery-dinner. Tickets include dinner, a non-alcoholic beverage (a cash bar will be available) and the interactive murder mystery show. Guests are encouraged to wear Regency Era costumes or evening attire.

 

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