The Honeysuckle Tea House is referred to as a tree house in the sky. Built on shipping containers and other repurposed materials, the Tea House is an open-air farm stand. Sitting in the Tea House you can see our herb gardens, playground (for kids of all ages...), hammocks garden, mandala garden and farm fields. Even in the heat of summer, the tea house provides ample shade and a cooling breeze.
HOURS OF OPERATION
LAST WEEKEND OF SEASON NOV. 9TH-10TH
Saturday Nov. 9th | 11am- 7 pm
Sunday Nov. 10th | 11am- 7 pm
Please check our Instagram, Facebook, and/or Google Business pages for weather updates. We can be found @thehoneysucklenc or The Honeysuckle.
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Members can hang out at the entire farm campus.
We are also launching a Co Work space in the Tea House. If you are interested in learning more, contact us at email@example.com.
8871 Pickards Meadow Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
The Honeysuckle is an aggregation of efforts, by many people, over many years. The namesake of our larger effort comes from the Honeysuckle Tea House, which was founded by Tim and Megan Toben, and a large community of slow growth social impact investors, in 2013 (you can still see their names listed to the right and left of the entrance to the Honeysuckle Tea House). The unique design of the Tea House was envisioned and developed by local community builder, Giles Blunden. Renowned Design-Build artisan David Hinkle oversaw the construction of the Tea House, and both Giles and David recently teamed back up to design and expand our Tea House natural playground . When the Tea House was founded, the extensive plantings of elderberry, blueberry, blackberry, teas and herbs on the adjacent farmland were established.
Over the past five years since the Honeysuckle Tea House was established, its ownership has changed, yet it has consistently been owned and managed by social impact investors who had a deep love for the mission and potential for the Tea House.
At the end of 2018, The Honeysuckle Tea House turned the corner on becoming a truly community owned operation, with Unique Places To Save, a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization, purchasing a 50% interest in the Tea House.