Little Girls' "We Love Animals" Tea

  • August 3 - 6, 2024
  • Reeves Victorian Home Museum

    325 East Iron Avenue
    Dover, Ohio 44622
Ticket Price $22.13-$27.38 Buy Tickets

Little Girls' "We Love Animals" Tea

Join us for a delightful afternoon at the  Reeves Victorian Home Museum in Dover, Ohio, as we present the much-awaited Little Girls' Tea. This charming gathering is specially designed for young ladies and their adults to come together and enjoy a memorable day in a beautiful historical setting.

Girls are encouraged to dress in fancy attire and  bring their favorite stuffed animal.  They'll have the opportunity to participate in interactive activities, engage in lively conversations with our very own Fairy Grandmother, and make new friends. 

Our dedicated team of event organizers have prepared a delightful menu of tea-time favorites, including delicate finger sandwiches and dainty desserts, catered by What's Cooking Cafe. 

We're looking forward to welcoming you and your little girls to our annual Little Girls' Tea at the Reeves Victorian Home Museum!

Date & Time

Aug 3 - 6, 2024

Venue Details

Reeves Victorian Home Museum

325 East Iron Avenue
Dover, Ohio 44622 Reeves Victorian Home Museum
Dover Historical Society/ Reeves Museum

 Return to the elegance of the late 19th century by visiting the Reeves Victorian Home and its adjoining Carriage House Museum, located in Dover, Ohio.  This opulent mansion, the former residence of prominent

Dover industrialist, Jeremiah E. Reeves, is owned and operated by the Dover Historical Society.

The 17 room Victorian home, topped by a third floor ballroom, has been carefully restored by the Society to its original turn-of-the-century splendor and features the unique treasures of the original furniture and antiques that were the property of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah E. Reeves, arranged as they would have been 100 years ago.  

These beautiful family furnishings can be viewed as guests take a guided room by room tour of the home.

The Carriage House Museum, located behind the home, keeps its original purpose by housing an interesting collection of vehicles, including the family's original 1892 carriage, along with the family sleigh, a rare 1922 electric car, and a restored doctor's buggy.  The upstairs of the Carriage House features an exhibit celebrating Dover's years as a canal town as well as the town's rich history.