Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum & TearoomsBygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum & Tearooms houses the world’s largest private collection of teawares. With more than 5,500 teapots on display from all over the world and spanning five centuries, the museum reflects and preserves the diversity of Australian tea-drinking culture and offers visitors a truly memorable experience.
The tearooms offer lunch items, light refreshments and the specialty Devonshire Tea. And for a truly unique experience reminiscent of decades past, it also offers the popular Traditional High Tea. Complete with top hat and tails, the waiter will serve this decadent delight on a afternoon tea tray-mobile, complete with silver pots and fine bone china, with a degree of pomp and circumstance.
Enjoy the museum, browse the retail area and relax in the tearooms.
Cnr Grose & Megalong Streets, Leura NSW 2780
Ph: 02 4784 3117
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Open 7 days 10:00am to 5:30pm. Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day & New Years Day.
Last tearoom orders 5:00pm. Bookings essential for large groups and Traditional High Tea.
Silk’s Brasserie is Leura’s favourite restaurant, nestled right in the heart of the village. Entering the elegant and inviting dining room, you are drawn to the impressive and spectacular bar which is the centrepiece of the decor in this relaxed yet sophisticated restaurant. As The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide says, “... Silk’s has a legion of loyal fans, and it’s easy to understand why they come back time and again for an experience that is polished and enjoyable from start to finish... it’s irresistible!”
Open Lunch and dinner every day (please check for public holidays)