Hospitality: The Legacy of the Castle
The Castle was originally built for elegant entertaining in 1894, then in 1947, it became a destination restaurant and event venue known as the Castle Tea Room. In 2009, the Castle Tea Room was lovingly restored and reopened as a special event venue thanks to the vision of its previous owner Libuse Kriz-Fiorito.
Libuse Kriz-Fiorito created the Libuse Kriz-Fiorito Historical Foundation in 1992 and moved both the Castle and her estate into the foundation with the following goals:
- To maintain the physical structure of the Castle for future generations.
- To preserve and promote the Castle’s unique history and heritage.
- To maintain access to the Castle for the public’s use, enjoyment and education.
Our operating principles are simple: to work with the public to host outstanding events at the Castle, always keep a protective eye on the maintenance of the original structure, to share the story of the history and legacy of the Castle and the people who owned it over the years and provide programing in keeping with the ideals of Libuse Kriz-Fiorito.
Interested in volunteering at The Castle?
Since we are a non-profit organization we do utilize the talent of the community to meet our operational objectives. If you are interested in:
- Assisting with activities at The Castle
- Assisting with ongoing restoration and preservation projects
- Serving as an event host
- Serving as an intern
- We accept cash donations to support the ongoing mission of the Castle Tea Room. Gifts may be tax deductible (check with your tax adviser)
- We also accept donated china, glassware, silver sets, and serving pieces. We will make every attempt to use donated service-ware for public events, but donated items may also be sold in order to support the broader mission of the the Castle Tea Room.