Sip tea on the sweeping veranda of this magnificent Edwardian mansion overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River. Experience the baronial feel of the Honduras mahogany ceilings and panelled walls in the dining room, library and grand hall. Marvel at the original tapestries, paintings and furnishings that made Fulford Place an ideal residence in which to entertain royalty and prime ministers. Senator George Taylor Fulford made millions of dollars from his “Pink Pills for Pale People” – a patent medicine he manufactured in Brockville and sold around the world.
The tea room here is not to be missed, offering Edwardian tea with servers in period costume and other special tea-based events throughout the year, including a special Mad Hatter tea party in spring.