Victorian Tea Parties are an Edgewood Specialty

For Victorian Tea Parties with groups of 10 or more, Hostess Dot Boulware, in authentic Victorian attire, will lead you through the charming ritual of a Victorian Tea Party that includes treats such as, tea sandwiches with homemade scones, clotted cream, homemade preserves, fresh pastries and cakes. Male and female guests are encouraged to model Victorian hats for photographs that will make the memory last a lifetime. In the early 1900’s, Edgewood became the first restaurant – The Blue Tea Pot – In Charles City, so the tradition of afternoon tea has existed here for a long time. An expert lecture by Mrs. Boulware takes you back to a wonderful time and glorious lifestyle.

Now offering Tea Lunches!

Edgewood Plantation cc 1849 is offering a tea lunch. Our tea luncheon is comprised of finger sandwiches, soup, sconces with jam and clotted cream, dessert and of course our own blended tea. Tea is served on crystal, china and silver. Gloves are placed at each place setting. The owner will put hats on each guest matching their clothes.

The owners give the tour dressed in full Victorian garb. The tour is of the 1st and 2nd floors and the tavern.

See the 1725 grist mill built by Benjamin Harrison the signer of the Declaration of Independence. Enjoy our formal gardens and see the slave quarters.

Now offering Birthday Tea Parties!

Have your child’s next Birthday Party at Edgewood. Tea Parties are a wonderful way to celebrate your little girl — with hats and gloves, this is an authentic tea party! Call now!

Titanic Tea and Tour

Come and join us for the experience of a lifetime aboard the TITANIC. Get your boarding pass and become an elite member of the actual first class passenger list. Learn about the life of wealthy passengers Molly Brown and Lady Astor – were they rescued?

You would not expect anything except an elegant Tea Lunch. This is a new and exciting event … so call now. 804-829-2962.