Author's Tea Series

Simpson House

​Tea Room

Afternoon Tea n Talk
Our tea class dates have been scheduled. The Afternoon Tea n Talk are held on Saturday afternoons at 4:00. ​ The class includes a meal with a two-cup personal pot of premium, loose-leaf tea like English breakfast, Buckingham Palace Garden Party, or lavender Earl Grey before indulging in your choice of soup. Then, dig into an assortment of four tea sandwiches -- including cream cheese and olive, egg salad, cucumber, and more -- and a scone with the trimmings, plus teabread. Top it all off with a full-sized seasonal dessert. All the while, a resident tea expert will regale you with information about the tea you're drinking and the history of tea customs. Afterward, you'll take home a personal tea ball and a bag of tea.

Visit here to purchase: ​


October 8, November 12, December 17, January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8

Please call 610-458-0120 to confirm your registration for your date.

Come join us on select Saturdays at 3:00 for an Author Themed Afternoon Tea.  Each Tea will feature a different author along with one of his or her books.  Enjoy a short introduction to the author and selected works before enjoying your afternoon tea.  See below for list of dates and authors.  Not suitable for children under 5.  

Package includes:

Pot of Themed Loose Leaf Tea or Freshly Brewed Iced Tea
Soup & Salad Plate
Tea Sandwich Platter (5) w/ fresh fruit cup
Specialty Scone with Trimmings and Tea Bread
1 oz. Bag of Themed Tea to take home

$30.00 per person .  For discounted Groupon offer click here 
Please call upon purchase to confirm spot (s).

May 7th:  Cicely Mary Barker – Flower Fairies (Sunday Date due to Mothers Day)

May 21st: Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island (Sunday Date due to Mothers Day)

June 10th:  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Sherlock Holmes

June 24th:  : J.M. Barrie – Peter Pan

July 15th:  P.L. Travers – Mary Poppins

July 29th:  J.K. Rowlings – Harry Potter

August 12th:  Rudyard Kipling - Jungle Book

August 26th:  Mark Twain - Huckleberry Finn

September 16th:  J.R.R. Tolkien – The Hobbit

September 30th:  Lewis Carroll – The Mad Hatter

October 14th:  Washington Irving - Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Novermber 11th:  C. S. Lewis – Chronicles of Narnia

November 25th – Clement Moore - A Visit from St. Nicolas

Decmeber 9th – Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol