Holiday Events at the Avery HOuse

Holiday Teas at the Avery House
Enjoy a Victorian tea complete with seasonal teas,
scones, tea sandwiches, and dessert.

Thu, Fri, Sat, Dec 8, 9, 10
Cost: $25
All three teas begin at 10 am
Max. 20 guests at each tea
[All 3 teas are sold out!]

Avery Carriage House Holiday Boutique
Shop local and visit our boutique for crafted items, gifts, candy, baked goods, books, and more. Enjoy complimentary hot cider while shopping. Free admission. Proceeds benefit the Avery House.
Sat & Sun Dec 10 & 11 – 1 to 4 pm

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
The Avery House will be closed on Christmas weekend and New Years weekend (Dec 24 & 25, and Dec 31 & Jan 1).

Experience a relaxing, heartwarming tea served in the parlors of the Avery House! Join us for tea on December 8, 9, or 10 at 10 am. The house is beautifully decorated in Victorian style for the holidays. Enjoy scones with traditional Devonshire cream and lemon curd, tea sandwiches, and dessert, along with plenty of warming, seasonally flavored teas—all served on gorgeous tableware at elegantly set tables.

All three teas are now sold out! Thanks for your support!


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The exquisite Avery House was built in 1879 and was the family home of Franklin and Sara Avery and their three children. The home was built of sandstone from local quarries and includes a carriage house, large yard, gazebo, and fountain. The Avery House is located at 328 W. Mountain Avenue in Old Town Fort Collins and serves as a museum honoring life at the turn of the 19th century. Open each Saturday & Sunday, 1–4 p.m. 

The Water Works facility at 2005 N. Overland Trail was constructed in 1882–83 to provide the growing town of Fort Collins with an adequate supply of water for fighting the building fires that plagued the early township. The facility is located at the western edge of Fort Collins on a 23-acre site that also features a portion of the Cherokee and Overland trails that led gold seekers, emigrants, and outlaws through the western frontier.


Poudre Landmarks Foundation's mission is to preserve, restore, protect, and interpret the architectural and cultural heritage of the Fort Collins area. PLF accomplishes this mission through the care and management of Historic Landmark sites owned by the City of Fort Collins, and by providing educational programs and events focused on early life in Fort Collins.