I love to take my daughter out to tea. It is a fun activity for us to do together and she loves drinking her fruit tea in a fancy cup and eating scones with butter (I shudder at this!). We have some one-on-one time and I can catch with all the “drama” in the life of an elementary school kid. Hopefully, I will be able to take her for tea in London one day, but for now one of these tea rooms in Orlando will do.

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Tea Rooms in Orlando: American Girl

I have been to American Girl numerous times for tea with my daughter. It has sort of become a birthday tradition. Tea comes with mini sandwiches, a fruit kabob, muffins, mini burgers and pigs in a blanket. One of our favorites is the chocolate mousse in a flowerpot for dessert. We have a bunch of those flowers. Of course, your doll also gets a little mini tea set to pretend she is drinking tea too. Tea is only served on weekdays and is a very affordable $13.50 per person. They do have special tea events on weekends like the Wellie Wishers Tea Parties which include crafts and a cupcake decorating activity.

Location: Florida Mall, 8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, ORLANDO

Phone: (877) 247-5223

Hours: Tea is served from 2:00pm to 4:30pm weekdays

Tea Rooms in Orlando: Celebration Tea Room

The Celebration Tea Room is new-ish Tea Room located near Disney with steampunk inspired décor. They opened the end of October last year. At this tea shop, you are able to get traditional tea with sandwiches, pastries and scones or choose to order from a full menu of sandwiches, burgers and salads. Kids will probably enjoy their Tea Snow, which is like a sno cone made from tea. For traditionalists, just note that they serve their scones with butter, honey and jam, not cream.

Location: The Shoppes at Celebration Place, 6266 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, KISSIMMEE

Phone: (407) 507-8304

Hours: 11:00am to 5:00pm

Tea Rooms in Orlando: Corner Rose Tea Room

The Corner Rose Tea Room is a tea shop with a purpose. Proceeds support the Russell Home for Atypical Children. There is one seating at 11:30am on Tuesdays and the first Saturday of the month from September through May. Tea comes with a scone, soup, sandwiches, fresh fruit and a sampling of desserts. The Tea Room menu usually changes every month, so if you make a return visit you will likely be trying something new. Please note that reservations are required.

Location: Pine Castle Women’s Club, 5901 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDO

Phone: (407) 494-9118

Hours: 11:30 am for one seating on Tuesdays and First Saturday of the month

Tea Rooms in Orlando: Dickens Tower and Tea Room

Dickens Tower and Tea Room is a relaxing atmosphere great for hanging out with your little one. They offer three different types of tea services for adults which all include sandwiches, scones with proper cream and lemon curd, and tea. They also serve a children’s tea which give kids a choice of pb&j and Nutella if they are not egg salad or cucumber sandwich aficionados. You are able to hold a Princess Tea party for your daughter and her friends for a birthday or a special occasion.

Location: 3801 West Lake Mary Blvd., Suite 171, LAKE MARY

Phone: (407) 496-9008

Hours: Wed thru Fri: 12 pm to 4 pm, Sat: 11 am to 5 pm, Sun: 11 am to4 pm

Tea Rooms in Orlando: Garden View Tea Room

The Garden View Tea Room at Disney’s Grand Floridian serves a traditional British afternoon tea. Sip from a collection of global teas while enjoying traditional scones, sandwiches and pastries. The Tea Room also serves a Mrs. Potts tea for kids.

Location: Grand Floridian Resort, 4401 Floridian Way, BAY LAKE

Phone: (407) 939-5277

Hours: 12 pm to 4:00 pm

Tea Rooms in Orlando: Infusion Tea

Infusion Tea is not your traditional Victorian tea shop. It is definitely a more contemporary space. While they do serve tea, as their name shows, they also have a large diverse menu serving burritos, sandwiches, salads and more. They do offer a more traditional afternoon tea featuring a pastries, scones with cream and jam, fresh baked cookies and breads and three types of tea sandwiches. They only do tea for parties of 2 or more. Each person is $16 which is a pretty good price. You are able to get a gluten free or vegan tea service for only $2 more.

Location: 1600 Edgewater Drive, ORLANDO

Phone: (407) 999 5255

Hours: Mon thru Sat: 9 am to 9 pm, Sun: 11 am to 6 pm (afternoon tea may only be served for limited hours)

Tea Rooms in Orlando: Lemon Lily Tea Room

The Lemon Lily Tea Room is located in an inviting cottage style setting. They offer a selection of tea including green, black and herbal with along with a selection of pastries. You can order a full afternoon tea or just grab a pot of tea and a scone. They offer a Junior Pixie Tea for kids which features Pinwheels, Pixie Pastry, and a Pot of Tea or Pink Lemonade. They do offer gluten free for an additional $4; you have to reserve gluten free in advance.

Location: 1954 W State Road 426, Suite 1106, OVIEDO

Phone: (407) 542-7586

Hours: Wed to Sat: 10 am to 4 pm, Sun: 11 am to 4 pm

Tea Rooms in Orlando: The Tea Room Experience

If you are looking for a traditional tea service, look no further than The Tea Room Experience in downtown Orlando. They have a certified tea sommelier on staff, which I assume is like a wine sommelier, who picks their teas. A traditional afternoon tea includes Sandwiches, Scones served with Devonshire Cream and Preserves, Pastries, tea-cupcakes baked their house tea and your choice of one their teas picked by the aforementioned sommelier.

Location: 420 East Church Street, Unit 109, ORLANDO

Phone: (407) 219-4380

Hours: Wed to Sun: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Where is your favorite place to go to tea with the kids?