Join us for an enchanting afternoon at the Bradford House Historical Association Museum, as we celebrate a time-honored tradition with our annual Ladies Tea event on May 18. This special gathering is not just about savoring exquisite teas and delightful treats; it’s a journey through time, designed to immerse each guest in the elegance and narratives of the past. This article explores how attendees can enhance their experience with period attire, and the fascinating stories that have woven themselves into the fabric of this day throughout the years.


Elegant Period Attire: Dressing Up for May 18

To truly honor the spirit of the past, attendees can dress in period attire, reflecting the fashions of the era represented by our museum. Think flowing dresses, delicate lace, and ornate hats—each element adds to the authenticity and immersion of the experience. The museum itself will be adorned with elegant decorations reminiscent of a 18th-century garden party, including vintage table settings, and subtle lighting, all contributing to a refined and historical atmosphere.

Tea and Tales: Stories from May 18 Throughout the Years

The Ladies Tea is not just an event; it's a storytelling session where each sip of tea comes with its own tale. Guests will be regaled with stories from past events, notable historical figures associated with the museum, and intriguing anecdotes about the local area’s history. These tales not only entertain but also enrich the understanding of the cultural and historical significance of our gatherings.

We invite you to step back in time with us on May 18 at the Bradford House Museum for an afternoon filled with elegance, education, and enjoyment. Whether you are a history enthusiast, a lover of fine teas, or someone looking to experience something uniquely enriching, this Ladies Tea event promises to be a memorable occasion. Don your finest period attire, enjoy the beautiful settings, and let the historical tales transport you to another time.

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