Victorian Teas at the Morris-Butler House
Because entertaining was an integral aspect of Victorian life, dining at the Morris-Butler House is an especially appropriate way to learn about Victorian-era life and culture. Guests enjoy the genteel ritual of afternoon tea—prepared from authentic nineteenth-century recipes—enhanced by poetry, musical performances, or discussions of Victorian history, society and art.
Arrange a private tea for your own group—perfect for showers, receptions, and birthdays. Our museum staff will help you plan the perfect menu for your occasion, and can suggest additional activities to make your gathering memorable.
1204 North Park Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202