Sample 18th century period teas and chocolates at a festive holiday tea! Costumed interpreters lead participants in an informative and engaging presentation on the history of tea and chocolate. After the tea, take a tour of the historic mansion festively decorated for the holidays.
Event begins at 1:00PM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
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