Daffodil High Tea At Wilderstein

Put on your fancy hat and head to Wilderstein Historic Site’s annual Daffodil High Tea on Saturday, April 16 at 1 PM. A treat for tea enthusiasts, this event offers a glimpse of what tea time was like during the Victorian era.

Guests enjoy a festive afternoon featuring fine tea, homemade cakes, cookies, and delectable finger sandwiches. Scheduled on the early side for a high tea, this allows more time for touring the Wilderstein mansion, taking in the site’s Hudson River views, and strolling the Calvert Vaux designed landscape while the daffodils are in bloom.

Cost per person is $30 for adults and $20 for children. Included in the ticket price for the high tea is a special tour of the mansion.

Advance reservations are necessary, as limited seating tends to fill-up quickly. Please call Wilderstein at 845.876.4818 to RSVP and for additional information.

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