Location: Meet at Administration Building, 1670 31st Street
Sturdy trunks, fragile blooms, lasting traditions. English and American esthetes have admired for centuries the beauty of Oriental landscapes. Celebrate the blooming of the Tudor Place cherry blossoms with a traditional English tea ceremony, complete with tea sandwiches, scones, delicious desserts and Japanese blends. After the tea, tour the historic house in a docent-guided tour.
Event begins at 1:00PM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House & Garden
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