Heraldic horns sound throughout Yosemite National Park's elegant Majestic Yosemite Hotel, calling guests to enter Bracebridge Hall for a dinner tradition sating back to 1927.
You can travel back through time to a Christmas of centuries past, where glorious music and sumptuous food are but part of America's best-loved holiday tradition.
In a manor hall with 50-foot beamed ceilings and huge windows looking out to snow-clad mountains, this celebrated Yuletide extravaganza allows guests to travel to a Christmas that is rich in every aspect. In a perfect balance of the mystical mixed with mirth. The 3½ -hour holiday feast transports guests to old England as Squire Bracebridge welcomes all to "food and riches without measure, joining voices raised in festive sound. Let our conviviality abound!"
A splendid array of 100 singers and court characters tell the story of Lord Neville Bracebridge and his household, while guests are entertained and tended by an attentive Bracebridge staff.
Remaining dinner dates ae Dec. 18, 20, 22, 24 and 25 at 6 p.m. each night.
Dinner only is $369 per adult ($16.55 with photo package) and $229 per child 12 and under. Dinner and lodging packages start at $605 per person.
For more information or tickets go to www.bracebridgedinners.com or call 1.888.413.8869.