For the last 20 years, the Cherry Hill Farmhouse has hosted a Valentine’s Day Tea and once again, it has sold out.
Diane Morse, curator at the farmhouse, said the tea sold out by the end of January. The farmhouse’s dining room only holds 20 people and the seats went fast, she said.
“It’s not just couples, some times you get a group of four or fathers and daughters,” Morse said.
For $28, guests get three types of tea sandwiches, desserts, scones and (of course) tea. Morse said there is always someone dressed in an 1858 costume that leads the tour of the house. The tea starts at 2 p.m. on Valentine’s Day and runs through 4 p.m.
Morse said the farmhouse holds teas throughout the year with the next one slated for Mother’s Day.