At the far end of the Carnival Museum’s jaw dropping Hall of Trains a partial recreation of King Patrick Ladd’s King Supper. King Patrick’s royal robes, the ensemble with the Louis XIV theme, is to your left. A King’s supper, is the grand meal following the coronation of a Queen of Carnival. The repast is hosted by the then King of Carnival and his family. The time, thought, effort, and untold other informing qualities behind a King’s supper are beyond expression in the King’s English – bad pun intended! A place setting, one set close to the glass of the display front, allows you to better admire the china, plate, glasses, and cutlery. Imagine multiple settings as that before you with fresh flowers, great company, and so much more.