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Dec
10 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 4:30 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
10 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 5:30 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
10 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 6:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
10 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 7:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
10 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 8:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
10 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 9:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
17 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 4:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $18.00
FOUNDATION MEMBERS: $15.00
FOUNDATION YOUTH: $6.00
YOUTH (GRADES 1-12): $8.00

TICKET SALE DATES
FOUNDATION MEMBERS / FOUNDATION YOUTH Public Onsale: December 1, 2016 12:01 AM to December 17, 2016 12:00 AM
ADULT / FOUNDATION MEMBERS / FOUNDATION YOUTH / YOUTH (GRADES 1-12) Public Onsale: August 1, 2016 12:00 AM to December 1, 2016 12:01 AM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
 Public Onsale:
12:00 AM
Aug 1, 2016
Dec
17 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 5:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
17 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 6:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
17 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 7:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
17 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 8:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Ticket Info
Dec
17 Sat

Candlelight: A Colonial Christmas Celebration

NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 9:30 PM
More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This famed North Carolina tradition returns to Tryon Palace in 2016 with beautiful, new decorations and heartwarming holiday vignettes illuminated by the magical glow of candlelight.
Step back in time to a critical point in the Revolutionary War. The year is 1780 inside the Governor’s Palace and the Continental Army has experienced several defeats, and British forces are now encroaching on Charlestown. However, with the recent victory against Loyalists at Kings Mountain, North Carolina Governor Abner Nash has decided to embrace hope and help the citizens of North Carolina remember the good times from the past … and those that will come after America has won its independence.

Inside the Stanly House it is 1803 and the family truly has a reason to celebrate. After the duel which led to the death of Richard Dobbs Spaight in September 1802, John Stanly had to flee to South Carolina to escape charges for murder. His friends have successfully petitioned North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams to issue a pardon. With this news, John has been able to come back from exile in a triumphant return to New Bern. What better way for the Stanly family to celebrate than with a Twelfth Night party?
As all of New Bern rebuilds from a fire in June 1835, George Dixon is determined to give his children the Christmas he never had as a child. His wife, Antoinette, is a bit more financially practical and is convinced they can give their children a good Christmas without breaking the bank.
In the Commission House Mr. and Mrs. Mohn are hosting a classic 1950s Christmas Eve party with their children, grandchildren, and their friends from town.

While walking around the candlelit grounds, be sure to catch the entertaining circus acts, fire eating, sword swallowing, and acrobatics of the Pickled Brothers Circus, the mysterious magic of 18th-century magician Rodney the Younger, the joyous sights and sounds of the Tryon Palace Jonkonnu troupe, and much more. Also, warm up with hot cider and cookies from Mack’s Cider House in the Trades Building. Then, end your enchanted evening with a show of black powder fireworks on the Tryon Palace South Lawn.

Candlelight is a rain or shine event, but fireworks may be cancelled during extreme weather conditions. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
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529 SOUTH FRONT STREET
NEW BERN, NC
UNITED STATES
At Tryon Palace, North Carolina's history is more than a story ... it's an experience. From the Governor's Palace and surrounding historic homes, to stunning gardens and interactive exhibits at the North Carolina History Center, a visit to Tryon Palace is a living history experience like no other. Located in New Bern as North Carolina's first colonial and state capitol, Tryon Palace was the place where governors ruled, legislators debated, patriots gathered and George Washington danced. Today, with costumed guides, working craftspeople, engaging character interpreters and hands-on learning in the Pepsi Family Center, American history comes to life on the historic grounds every day through a unique blend of colonial and 21st century technologies. Vividly educational and affordable enough for any family vacation, day trip, school trip or special occasion, Tryon Palace offers endless opportunities to learn, laugh and fall in love with America's history.