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Teas at the Center for Colorado Women's History at Byers-Evans House

Victorian Garden Tea


The flowers of a Victorian garden often made their way to the American West by way of women who moved to places like Colorado. While the garden on our historic house grounds has changed over the decades, many plant varieties remain, including a rose bush planted by our very own Cornelia Evans. After perusing our garden we'll continue with a tour of the period-restored home of the Byers and Evans families. Then we'll gather in the tea room while enjoying a three-course tea of fresh fruit, scones, tea sandwiches, and our Lady Evans tea.