Rock City presents Fairytale Nights, plus Enchanted Tea with Alice and Friends

March 15, 2014

Rock City has a new event called Fairytale Nights, coming March 25, and it sounds absolutely amazing!

Here’s the official description:

Join us on a spectacular journey as we travel to a faraway kingdom where magic is around every turn. Help Little Red Riding Hood avoid the Big Bad Wolf; follow Jack as he ventures off the beanstalk into the giant’s lair; enjoy the radiant gardens with Cinderella; learn to sword fight with a knight! Don’t miss this chance to make magical memories at Rock City’s Fairytale Nights!

Here are some of the events and activities taking place at Fairytale Nights:

  • Enchanted Tea with Alice and Friends – special event with VIP Access to Fairytale Nights, see below
  • Fairest of Them All Tailor Shop* – Here children can join the fun and become a fairy, prince, princess or knight! Whatever your hearts’ desire, our Fairest of Them All tailors may have just the outfit for you!
  • Knights’ Training Academy* – Children of all ages can train to scale a castle wall, sword fight & learn basic archery. Knights completing the academy are presented to Queen Guinevere for knighting. (Also a part of the Convention and Visitors Bureau Spring Break Safari Promotion). $13 pre-purchase online or at ticket desk; $15 at Climbing Wall.
  • Seven Dwarves’ Mining Co. Gem Panning*
  • Falcon Shows – Join John and Dale Stokes with “Wings to Soar” for this educational and interactive show. Nightly in the Critter Classroom with showtimes at 5:15pm, 6:15pm, and 7:15pm
  • Ik the Troll King – Appearing in the Stone Forge Tavern (Pavilion) – Friday and Saturday Evenings from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Meet and interact with a real live troll and hear wild and fanciful tales as Ik, the Troll King entertains the crowd at Stone Forge Tavern.
  • Cinderella Meet & Greet with photos by KODAK! – guests can visit with Cinderella and have the special moment captured by KODAK nightly on the Cliff Terrace Porch.
  • Enchanted Carriage Rides – After you visit with Cinderella, take an enchanting 10min ride in her carriage, offered nightly from 5:30pm – 8:30pm. $5 per person, ages 2 & Up. The enchanted carriage can fit 4 adults comfortably with 1 additional adult next to the driver. Children are allowed to sit on their guardian’s lap; however this does not decrease the per person rate.
  • Fairytale Photo Ops! –  Have your picture made with your favorite fairytale characters throughout the Enchanted Trail.
  • Fairytale Marketplace – Leathercraft, jewelry, and the Georgia Winery vendors will be open Thursday – Saturday evenings. The vendor marketplace is located outside of Gardens Gateway at the end of the Enchanted Trail.
  • Magical Souvenirs & Fairy Gardening Headquarters – Fairytale Nights logo souvenirs, Fairytale Story Books, plush Rocky dolls, knight and princess accessories, etc are available for purchase. Woodland Wonders Gift Shop offers a large selection of every essential needed to create your very own Fairy container garden! Also available are souvenir pilsner and pint glasses that come with a free first beer and discounted re-fills coupon in the Stone Forge Tavern.
  • Stone Forge Tavern (Pavilion) – Offering turkey legs, hot stew, and beer on tap nightly from 5:00pm-close. Fresh kettle corn sold nightly in the village of Stone Forge near the Seven Dwarves’ Mining Co.

*Additional Charges for some children’s activities (average $3 – $9)

Plus, there will be a special Enchanted Tea with Alice and Friends event on April 5 & 6 at 3:30 p.m. This party will include tea & heavy hors d’oeuvres hosted by Alice and the White Rabbit with special appearances by Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty. Tickets also include front of line admission to Fairytale Nights. Children also receive a small gift and photo by Kodak with Alice and the rabbit. The three course tea menu includes crumpets, sandwiches, fresh fruit, desserts, hot tea, hot chocolate, hot cider, coffee, iced tea and Coca-Cola products. Admission to this tea (plus Fairytale Nights) is as follows:

Adult: $29.95
Child (ages 2-12): $29.95 *Child ticket includes special gifts and souvenir photo by Kodak

Fairytale Nights runs nightly from March 28 – April 20 from 5 – 8 p.m. at Rock City Gardens, located at 1400 Patten Rd., Lookout Mountain, GA 30750.

Admission pricing is as follows:

Sundays – Wednesdays is $19.95/Adult and $11.95/Child (ages 3-12)

Thursdays – Saturdays $22.95/Adult and $12.95/Child

For more information and to order tickets, visit the official website here.

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