High Tea and Heritage

High Tea and Heritage

What better way to treat yourself than with a visit to one of Nottinghamshire’s unique heritage sites followed by tea, sandwiches, scones and cakes? The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum has teamed up with Eastwood’s Darlings Café Bar and you can now book your visit and refreshments with a simple click through the museum’s website.

First visit the Birthplace Museum; a property with a traditional wash house, gas lighting, period furniture and items that belonged to D.H. Lawrence and his family and immerse yourself in Nottingham’s Victorian past. Then take a short walk around the corner, where your traditional British Afternoon or Cream Tea will be waiting for you. Consisting of a selection of homemade scones and cakes as well as sandwiches made with locally sourced fillings, you can’t go wrong with this amazing combination of an afternoon out with refreshments.

If you are feeling adventurous and don’t need to drive, grab a glass or bottle of Prosecco or even push the boat out further with a Gin tea pot.

Book your tour and tea at www.lleisure.co.uk/d-h-lawrence-birthplace-museum/

The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is an award winning visitor attraction in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire (not far from junction 26 of the M1 and the IKEA retail park).  It combines D.H. Lawrence’s authentically recreated childhood home, with an exhibition space celebrating the author’s life, work and humble beginnings. From here you can also explore the surrounding countryside, which inspired his work.

The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm. For more information, please contact the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum on (0115) 9173824, email dhlawrence@lleisure.co.uk or visit www.lleisure.co.uk/dhlawrence  Facilities include a charming gift shop and a picnic area.