High Tea

A time Honored Tradition

The Victorian Belle Mansion

Upcoming High Tea Events

Sunday, March 19th: Magical Tea & Mystery (see info below)

Sunday, March 26th

Sunday, April 23rd: Magical Tea & Mystery (see info below)

Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14th *SOLD OUT*

For reservations on Eventbrite click below. For phone reservations, call or text (503) 298 6884. Please note that 20% gratuity will be added to the full food and beverage bill on the day of your reservation.

Seatings at 2:30, 3:00 and 3:30

  • First floor Parlor and Fireside seating $60
  • Second floor Amanda Cole, Winnie Holgate, and Eliza Bacchus rooms $70. Second floor seating includes velvet-backed antique chairs in unique and intimate Victorian rooms.
  • Children $30

The Amanda Cole Room:

The Victorian Belle mansion was built for Amanda Cole as a gift from her husband, David C Cole. Originally Amanda's bedroom, the windows and balcony boast expansive views of the property toward the Columbia River and Mt St Helens.

The Eliza Barchus Room:

Eliza Barchus was a prolific Pacific Northwest landscape painter who lived most of her life in Portland. In 1971 (twelve years after her death at the age of 102), The Oregon Legislative Assembly named her "The Oregon Artist". All of the landscapes in the Eliza Barchus rooms are original  oil paintings.

The Winnie Holgate Room:

Winnie Cole Holgate was the only child of Amanda and David Cole. The Winnie Holgate room was her childhood bedroom. This beautiful space overlooks the fountain courtyard and estate gardens.

If you would like to book the Victorian Belle Mansion and grounds for a private High Tea event, inquire here.

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The Victorian Belle Mansion

Magical Tea & Mystery

Sunday, March 19th

Sunday, April 23rd

As the Historical Conjurer, Professor DR Schreiber evokes the spirit of early magical performances. Professor DR Schreiber brings parlor magic back to the public. Early in the 19th century, conjuring (as magic was called then) emerged as a genuine art form and entertainment. Magicians, known and "professors of natural philosophy" and conjuring, would rent taverns, legitimate theaters or lecture halls for the exhibition and displays of legerdemain, necromancy, or what would today be called "illusion" and "magic tricks." Top dollar would be paid by the citizens of Europe to see the latest discoveries in the science of "natural philosophy" presented by these conjurers. Today, Professor DR Schreiber presents a historic look at the beginnings of modern magic in his performances and exhibitions. Professor DR Schreiber leads his audiences on a stroll through the past centuries of conjuring entertainment. His unique presentations entertain while educating the audience about historical events, literary and cultural figures, and the science of art and conjuring. 

Professor DR Schreiber is a member of the Academy of Magic Arts (Magic Castle) and past president of the Society of American Magicians Portland Assembly. In 2011, Professor Dr Schreiber was presented with the Stan Kramien Excellence in Stage Magic Award fro the Society of American Magicians Portland Assembly. He has performed and lectured around the world. He is also an instructor in magic as well as a magic consultant for legitimate theater companies. In addition, he is a frequent emcee, magic historian and historical re-enactor.

For reservations on Eventbrite click below. For phone reservations, call or text (503) 298 6884.

Seatings at 2:00 and 4:00

  • Adults $70
  • Children $30

20% gratuity will be added to the full food and beverage bill.


Spring High Tea dates! Join us for our classic High Tea or our Magical Tea & Mystery with Regency era magic from @historicalconjurer!  More details at victorianbelle.com/tea/  #hightea 
Mother’s Day High Tea reservations are now open!  Victorianbelle.com/tea/  #hightea 
High Tea and a Magic Show! Don’t miss it!  More info at victorianbelle.com/tea/  #hightea 

One of Portland's best wedding venues, the Victorian Belle Mansion is a private 2.5-acre estate located just 10 minutes from downtown, and 20 minutes from Portland International Airport (PDX).