Victorian Afternoon Teas at Patterson Homestead

Victorian Afternoon Teas at Patterson Homestead

Join us for an authentic three course tea service by costumed interpreters and learn about the Patterson family. Advance Registration Required.

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Event by: Dayton History
Address: 1815 Brown Street, Dayton, OH 45409 [Map/directions]
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Cost: $50 per Non-Member | $40 per Dayton History Member

Victorian Afternoon Teas at Patterson Homestead

19th century-themed teasat the historic Patterson Homestead
SPACE IS LIMITED
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: 937.293.2841
$50 per Non-Member | $40 per Dayton History Member
 
2024 Schedule:
  • Valentine Tea | February 11
  • Irish Tea | March 10
  • Mother’s Day Tea | May 4
  • Jane Austen Tea | June 8 & 9
  • Etiquette Tea | August 11
  • Harvest Tea | September 8
  • Christmas Teas | December 7, 8, 14, 15
Victorian Teas occur at Patterson Homestead. Established in 1816, Patterson Homestead was the home of Revolutionary War soldier and Lexington, Kentucky, founder Colonel Robert Patterson. NCR founder John H. Patterson grew up on the storied property as well.
 
While sipping a delicious cup of tea, guests learn about the Patterson family, enjoy a three-course meal served by costumed interpreters and tour the Patterson Homestead.
 
Private Teas are also available. Contact us for more information.

Patterson Homestead

Victorian Afternoon Teas at Patterson Homestead is taking place at Patterson Homestead, which is located at 1815 Brown Street in Dayton. Patterson Homestead - This historic house museum provides a glimpse into the multi-generational lives of Dayton's influential Patterson family, who lived on the site from 1804 to 1904. - read more

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