Titanic Museum Attraction will be hosting tea time in April. Etiquette lessons of table manners, proper table settings and serving skills will be presented in a grand English style on April 12 and 13.
Young attendees will have the opportunity to experience a time-honored ritual in gracious living as presented by Titanic’s First Class maid.
The day will include proper table settings and serving skills, shooling in social etiquette and manners, engaging in the art of conversation, enjoying the classic finger sandwiches and cookies and meeting Titanic’s Rose.
Last fall’s Princess Tea Parties were sold out in a matter of days as more than 1,200 young ladies were honered during the popular mother/daughter event.
“It was an awesome party,” nine-year-old Ellen Bark of Little Rock, Ark., said. “The maid was so kind and so beautiful. I learned so much.”
Seating for the event is limited and reservations are required. For more information about the event, call 417-334-9500.
In two years of operation, the Titanic has already welcomed more than 900,000 guests aboard. The 17,000 square-foot, ship-shaped structure was built half scale to the original Titanic and towers more than 100 feet above its anchored position on 76 Country Boulevard.
Information courtesy of Branson Daily News
Image courtesy of Titanic Museum Attraction