It takes just about 15 minutes to drive from downtown Chapel Hill to a place that’s different from anywhere you’ve been…and might be just what you need right now.
Honeysuckle Tea House, at 8871 Pickards Meadow Road in Chapel Hill, is like a tree house in the sky. Built on shipping containers and other repurposed materials, the open air tea house overlooks Honeysuckle’s farm fields, herb gardens, playgrounds, hammocks, flower gardens and more.
Step inside and you can order beverages hand-crafted from ingredients grown right at Honeysuckle Farm. Choose from teas, smoothies, mead and more. As you enjoy your drink, you can look out over the farm and gardens.
Or you can go outside and enjoy your treats from the deck or picnic tables.
Make sure to explore the farm while you’re there.
If you donate to The Honeysuckle’s non-profit partner, Unique Places to Save, which invests in and enhances in the places that make our communities unique, you can pick your own flowers.
Scroll down for more pictures, as well as a list of upcoming events.
Make sure to check the hours on the website or Facebook page, because they close in the winter, and are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during the time of year that they’re open.
They also host some free events. Check their Facebook page for all upcoming events.
Here’s some of what’s coming up:
S’mores & Bonfires
Friday, December 11th, 2020
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
They will provide the s’mores kit (no outside goodies allowed) including the skewer and the fire. Come roast a mallow and enjoy some mulled mead or local cider!
Masks are required for entry and must be worn when not seated.
Live holiday music with David Scott
Friday, December 18th, 2020
4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Enjoy live holiday music with violinist David Scott Binanay! Enjoy a warm pot of tea while you get in the holiday spirit and stroll the farm.
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