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The Duchess of Richmond’s Ball

The venue, known for its cozy ambiance, offers a wide variety of teas, delectable baked goods from local bakeries, and a range of treats to please every palate.

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Step back in time at the Duchess of Richmond’s Ball, an exclusive event hosted at the Bolling Haxall House in Richmond, Virginia on Saturday, February 10th. This unique event promises a night of regency-era grandeur, complete with authentic music with a violin quartet, exquisite delicacies, and period-authentic activities, all set within the historic Bolling Haxall House. This event is the first of its kind hosted by The Queen’s Library Tea Room.

“We aim to offer an unmatched experience, blending the charm of the 19th century with the comfort of modern luxury,” states the tea room owner, Daniel Luna. “It’s more than a ball; it’s a journey back in time.”

This event is not just a celebration but a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and dedication that has shaped The Queen’s Library Tea Room. The venue, known for its cozy ambiance, offers a wide variety of teas, delectable baked goods from local bakeries, and a range of treats to please every palate. The vintage-inspired decor, featuring antique furnishings provides the perfect backdrop for a memorable day out.

Image Credit: The Woman’s Club At The Bolling Haxall House

Reservations for The Duchess of Richmond’s Ball are essential and can be made through the official website, ensuring your spot in what promises to be one of the most talked-about events in Richmond’s social calendar. The experience also is offered in both English and Spanish.

Official Website: https://www.queenslibrarytearoom.com/theball

For more details on the event and to secure your spot at this once-in-a-lifetime experience, visit The Queen’s Library Tea Room or contact 804-215-6568.

Image Credit: The Woman’s Club At The Bolling Haxall House

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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game.