Location: Meet at Administration Building, 1670 31st Street
Bring your favorite Tinkerbell, as children dress up in magical fairy costumes complete with tutus, wands, and wings. Dressed for tea, costumed interpreters explain the favored drink of early America, while guests enjoy tasty desserts. After the tea, children tour Tudor Place’s enchanting fairy gardens and make a special period craft to take home.
Member Children: $20
Nonmember Children: $25
Event begins at 1:00PM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House & Gardens
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