Mansions on Fifth provides the perfect back drop for a high tea (no, it’s not your traditional afternoon tea). After we enjoy our tea, we will continue the country house lifestyle at the Manor Theater, where we have reserved tickets for the new Downton Abbey motion picture (movie). This is a Britsburgh exclusive!
At our high tea at Mansions on Fifth you will savour quiche, Cornish pasties (vegetarian option available) and pork pies followed by Bakewell tart, Battenberg cake and Eton mess and your selection of tea. A high tea was served at the dining table and was more substantial than the dainty sandwiches served at an afternoon tea. Since we are all off to the cinema you won’t have time for dinner; our high tea will see you through!
If you have read the movie teasers you will know that King George V and Queen Mary visit Downton Abbey. As such please dress for the occasion. Ladies do wear your hats / fascinators.
Price includes: high tea, gratuity, taxes, valet parking at the Mansions on Fifth during the tea. The movie is option but encouraged. Select the correct ticket accordingly. Note: you are responsible for your own transportation to the Manor Theater and any parking costs.
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Tickets: Members $45; Non-members $55; Movie: Adult $10; Senor/Student $8.25
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