Would you like your child to have a reputation for having impeccable manners? Teach your child to be thoughtful and considerate through the lost art of handwritten thank you notes. Writing your own thank you notes would have been a pivotal part of being a Southern lad/lady. We will teach the etiquette of the note while your child learns the valuable lesson of expressing gratitude they will carry into adulthood. Dress up or come as your are and enjoy the fun atmosphere of a tasty tea party in the charming English basement kitchen of our 200 year old Federal home. The lady of the house will be teaching the lesson and Rosedale will even provide stationery to get you started.
Information & Amenities
Admission:Admission Details: 20 for 1 Adult and 1 Child
8 for additional kids
Join us for a special look at hats & headwear through the ages. Our plantation house has seen over 200 years of history and so many different styles & trends have come and gone. You'll see different hats and examples of how millinery fashion changed as displayed through the many rooms of the home. As part of this special program our prized green silk bonnet, one of the oldest locally made textiles, will be on display for these three days only. We encourage you to wear your favorite hat and come on out to Rosedale for a one of a kind hats off experience. For an extra Mother's Day treat, those who register by May 10 will get $2 off the regular admission rate. Light refreshment to be served in the English Basement Kitchen for those on these special tours.