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Woodlawn Manor Museum, Tea & History

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16501 Norwood Road Sandy Spring, Maryland 20860-1103, United States 301-570-5722 Website

Woodlawn Manor Museum, Teas & Tours, Elegant Country Manor Tea Buffets by Reservation. Groups of 10-50 people. Mondays and Sundays from 2:00pm-3:00pm by reservation only. Lovely fresh scones with clotted cream & lemon curds, yummy tea sandwiches & fruit, tea sweets & desserts, and of course, hot teas or cold frothy punch.

Recent reviews

    • Lisa

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      The Dolley Madison Tea Room was featured in Tea Time Magazine and hailed as, 'one of America's most fascinating living history tea venues'. Historical High Teas with three courses of delicious scones, savories, and sweets alongside bottomless pots of hot teas by reservation for groups...charming! Now open with advance reservations most afternoons for groups of 12-32. Contact Donna: WoodlawnManorMuseum@comcast.net 'Come along inside...We'll see if tea and buns can make the world a better place.' ~Wind in the Willow~

    • Lisa

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      This is a charming and historic Tea Parlor in the country. Group reservations are required. Francis Scott Key visited these parlors in the early 1800's. The tea experience is just sensational, and the tea docents are lovely and helpful in period attire. The tea food is not only great and plentiful, but arranged so beautifully. I highly recommend Woodlawn Manor Museum Teas. There is also plenty of free parking. The WMM also presents Teas at another venue in historic Brookeville, Md.

    • Burt McKenney

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      The Red Hat Tea Party/birthday party was absolutely wonderful. Donna and her staff are perfect in every way. The tea sandwiches and scones with clotted cream were most memorable. Thanks, Donna

    • Mary Bittel

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      Could not have been nicer! The setting was charming, food excellent and service was beyond wonderful. It made for a most pleasant time with lots of history all around us. I would definitely come back again for tea.

    • Jane Vanatta

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      We had a lovely tea at Woodlawn Manor and learned a bit of history at the same time. Donna was gracious and served us wonderful tea fare. Quiche, tea sandwiches, pastries, scones with clotted cream and different fruit preserves and spreads. All in all, a lovely day.