Buckle up your bonnets because we’re embarking on a thrilling historical adventure! This November 4th, the Wilmington Ladies Tea Walk Chapter, DAR, is trading our regular meeting for a unique outing to Tryon Palace in New Bern, North Carolina.
Tryon Palace, often dubbed the “Crown Jewel of North Carolina’s Historic Sites,” is a living testament to our nation’s rich history. Nestled along the picturesque shores of the Trent River, it serves as a time machine, whisking us back to the days of colonial America.
As we step through the palace’s regal gates, we’ll immerse ourselves in the elegance and grandeur of the past. From the meticulously restored rooms with period furnishings to the lush gardens that breathe life into history, every corner of Tryon Palace tells a story. And as a bonus, we’ll be learning abot 18th century cooking techniques!
So mark your calendars for Saturday, November 4th, and prepare to be transported through time at Tryon Palace. We encourage all members to join us for this special outing, as we temporarily trade our traditional meeting for an unforgettable day of history and camaraderie. Stay tuned for more details, and let’s make this journey to Tryon Palace a memorable chapter in our own history.