Valentine's Weekend Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Saturday Feb 15, 2020

Valentine's Weekend Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre


Doors Open: 6:30PM - Showtime: 7:00PM

Cypress Ballroom

The Murder Mystery story, set in 1859, features Nottoway’s original owners, John and Emily Randolph. Throughout the evening, historically dressed actors and actresses will perform between dinner courses. As the action unfolds in front of you, the cast will even invite you to participate in solving the mystery!

Ticket Prices:
$119.00 - Guaranteed Front Table Seating
$99.00 - General Admission Seating
Ticket price does not include tax.  

Tickets purchases are non-refundable.

Ticket purchase includes the Murder Mystery show, hor d'oeuvres with champagne & cheese, a fabulous 4-course dinner, 1 glass of wine with entree, coffee, tea & sodas, plus all taxes & gratuities. A cash bar is also available.

Shrimp Cocktail: Peeled Gulf Shrimp served with zesty cocktail sauce.

Spinach Salad: Fresh baby spinach, sliced strawberries, and sweet & spicy pecans, tossed in a citrus vinaigrette dressing.

Blackened Gulf Fish and Petite Filet: Fresh Gulf fish blackened with Cajun spices and butter, accompanied by a 5 oz. petite filet, served medium.  Served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables.  
Choice of: House Red or House White (1 glass per person)

NY Cheesecake:
Rich and creamy cheesecake garnished with fresh berries and raspberry syrup.

Coffee, Tea, Sodas included

Overnight Package Available  

Special packages are available for Murder Mystery Attendees! 

$229 includes overnight accommodation, champagne and chocolate covered strawberries delivered to your room, and breakfast for two in The Mansion Restaurant!

Price does not include tax or resort fee.  Please have your ticket confirmation number available when making your overnight reservation.  

Call our front desk at (225) 545-2730 to make your overnight reservations! 

Book your stay today!

Nottoway Plantation & Resort, a AAA Four-Diamond property, and a member of Historic Hotels of America, is the home of the South's largest existing antebellum mansion, completed in 1859 and now stunningly restored to her days of glory.
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