Time is running out to make reservations for the Mother-Daughter Tea to be held at Glessner House Museum located directly north of Clarke House Museum at 1800 S. Prairie Avenue. Don't miss out on this very special opportunity to take high tea in the museum's historic dining room, not regularly open for public events.
|Historic photograph of the Glessner House Dining Room.|
Saturday April 30, 2011
Seatings at 11:30am and 2:00pm
$35 per person/ $30 for museum members
Pre-paid reservations required; group size limited
R.S.V.P. to 312-326-1480
Experience high Victorian tea in the historic dining room of Glessner House!
Glessner House Museum offers a rare opportunity to dine in the historic dining room. Surrounded by beautiful oak paneling, a gilt ceiling, and a fireplace clad in exotic Persian tiles, attendees will be treated to a traditional high tea with fine china, linens, and an assortment of delicious treats. In addition, selected vintage textiles from the collection, worn by Frances Glessner and her daughter, will be on display. This is a very special event not to be missed. Invite your mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, or good friend for what promises to be a most memorable experience!