Bring your favorite doll to tea! Children and adults will sample historic tea blends and tasty desserts. Dolls, too, will be served, with their own miniature tea sets and servings. After tea, children will learn early American dances and craft a special item for their dolls to wear home.
Member Children: $20
Nonmember Children: $25
Event begins at 1:00PM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House & Gardens
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