Tea and Tunes in the 1793 Carriage House at Gore Place

Watertown West End

Up to 31% Off

What You'll Get


Spend a leisurely afternoon enjoying tea, cake and wonderful music at the historic 1793 Carriage House at Gore Place in Waltham. Architectural historians consider Gore Place the most significant Federal period mansion in New England, and the Carriage House is no exception, featuring an arched design, two symmetrical wings and a cellar for compost production. As you snack and sip, fiddler Adrienne Howard and guitarist/banjo player Linda Shields Swicker will play traditional music from Québec along with a smattering of Irish, Appalachian and French tunes. It's a perfect cure for the wintertime blues!

The Fine Print


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About Gore Place


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