By Joel Lotz - email
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Afternoon tea has been a tradition in the South for decades, and here's your chance to learn the history behind the herbal treat.
You're invited to "Tea at Mrs. Davenport's", where visitors will learn about tea traditions and experience an early 19th century tea at the Davenport House in Downtown Savannah.
Afternoon tea will be held at 5pm Thursday and Friday night. Admission is 18-dollars for adults and reservations are recommended.
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