Become a southern belle of the 1800’s as you enjoy a southern tea. Try to guess who stole the missing box. Visit Freedom Hall where women’s rights were justified and enjoy a power point as you hear the stories of the brave women of the north, while riding the trolley along Grande Lincoln Avenue and end the day with a Confederate and Yankee tea with tidbits from the North and the South.
Farm Market Stop
Start your morning in southern style shopping for fresh fruit, canned relishes, breads & jams.
Barnyard Boutique at the Stone Trough
Shopping in this unique store full of primitive décor of antiques and primitive homemade items of days gone by & boasts a Patriotic display
Lunch in Southern Style
Enjoy your elegant Southern luncheon, in this 1870’s Victorian Queen Anne style home, with marble fireplaces, stained & leaded glass windows, a port cochiere w/spindles and a wrap around front porch. Enjoy an old fashion southern luncheon of sweet & sour Meat Loaf, on a roll, macaroni Salad, corn bread, dessert , and Hot & Cold Tea
The Salem Historical Society and Freedom Hall
A 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;. You will also visit Freedom Hall - a replica of Liberty Hall: that depicts anti-slavery meetings where people could rally behind the causes
Afternoon North & South Tea
Celebrate the ending of the Civil War with a North & South afternoon tea, with all the charm of the south. End the day with an Old Fashion Milkshake for the trip home.