Spend a cozy afternoon at the Museum! Enjoy an early-20th Century afternoon tea while learning about the history of American tea practices from certified tea specialist Jan Ferland. Guests will enjoy black and green teas, and sweet and savory treats, inside the Museum galleries.
A visit from the Museum’s founder, Edith Cleaves Barry (1884-1969), will complete the afternoon as she narrates her life of travel and art at the turn of the 20th Century. Guests will be invited to ask questions.
Limited to 24 guests. Tickets must be purchased in advance: $15 for Museum Members, $20 for non-members.
*Due to the limited event, no refunds will be offered after March 1, 2019.