Afternoon Tea

WHEN: Friday, November 23, 2012 to Friday, December 28, 2012
WHERE: Blithewold's Dining Room

Come in and warm up at  Blithewold with afternoon tea. Blithewold's informal Tea includes our custom-blended tea served alongside sweet and savory items.

Teas will be held during the week from Tuesday through Friday. There are two seatings each day, with tea times at either 1:30 pm or 3 pm. The Teas are not suitable for very young children.

We're taking a limited amount of reservations for each seating. Your reservation can only be made using this website (please, no calls)!

Prices for Tea include admission to the Mansion and Grounds

  • $14 Members
  • $24 Adults
  • $23 AAA Members
  • $22 Seniors | Military | Students
  • $16 Youths 6-17years

Tea is being served at the following dates and times.
Please click on the link to make your reservations.

December 18th   1:30 pm 3 pm  
December 19th   1:30 pm 3 pm  
December 20th   1:30 pm 3 pm  
December 21st   1:30 pm 3 pm 3 pm is Full
December 26th   1:30 pm 3 pm  
December 27th   1:30 pm 3 pm  
Decenber 28th   1:30 pm 3 pm  


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