Spring Tea in Folsom Tavern
Saturday, May 4 at 11am and 2pm
You are cordially invited to a Spring Tea in Folsom Tavern. Sip delicious teas and dine on small bites provided by colonial-inspired caterer For the Love of Food and Drink while enjoying the 1775 Tavern where George Washington once dined. Interact with our colonial clad hosts, create your own historic handiwork with lavender sachet and try your hand at traditional quill pen writing. A great way to celebrate Spring, the Museum’s opening weekend, and the upcoming Mother’s Day holiday. All tea guests are also invited to tour the museum.
Please note, this tea is meant to reflect the tavern’s 1775 revolutionary history and therefore is more rustic and relaxed than a traditional Victorian or high English tea. Each Tea is two hours long. All ages welcome, highchairs are not available.
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019
Event Time: Folsom Tavern open 3-5:30pm
Tea times: 11am and 2pm,
Location: The programs will take place on both the first and the second floor of the Folsom Tavern. Due to the historic nature of the building, it is not handicap accessible.
Folsom Tavern, 164 Water Street, Exeter, NH. Parking is available in the Museum parking lot on Spring Street, Exeter Municipal Lots, and street parking on Water Street.
Please note that due to the historic nature of Folsom Tavern and Winter Street Cemetery, the properties are not handicap accessible. Additionally, Winter Street Cemetery has uneven ground, tree roots, and fallen headstones. Sturdy shoes are strongly recommended.