Go back to the 1800’s in Victorian style as you enjoy life’s pace of years gone by... put on your finest Victorian hat and enjoy the President’s wives
while sipping tea and the grandeur of a high tea.
Morning Tea with the President’s wives
Enjoy a performance of the “First Ladies Tea”, with ladies in period dress portraying United States President’s wives. Hear them share humorous stories of their daily lives in the Whitehouse, while enjoying a morning tea.
The Salem Historical Society and Freedom Hall
Guided tour of The Salem Historical Society depicts life at the turn of the 19th century. Displays: one- room school; general store; clothing room; old-fashion kitchen; music room; Victorian parlor and bedroom; Freedom Hall - a replica of Liberty Hall: that depicts meetings where people could rally behind the causes.
Barnyard Boutique at the Stone Trough
You will love shopping in this unique store full of primitive décor of antiques and primitive homemade items of days gone by & also boasts a Patriotic display. A light snack of crackers & dips.
White House Fruit Farm Market
One of the biggest Fruit Farms in Ohio, with all kinds of local items for sale there, known for their fudge and homemade doughnuts.
High Tea at Piccadilly Parlour Victorian Tea Room
As you pull up in front of this cute little shop with beautiful hanging baskets and lace curtains and walk through the door, it is like walking into someone’s dining room. A mismatch of tables and chairs, lace table cloths, china tea cups and flowered napkins. Enjoy a High tea of a Cup of Soup, Assorted tea sandwiches, quiche, and sweets, as well as their famous orange tea bread & flavored tea.