Elloree Teapot Museum.

A 20-foot-long teapot houses this unique attraction in Elloree, officially called J’s Tea-rific Teapot Museum. The museum opened on June 9, 2012, showcasing tens of thousands of teapots and accessories collected by owners Dr. Julian and Sybil Boland

A 20-foot-long teapot houses this unique attraction in Elloree, officially called J’s Tea-rific Teapot Museum. The museum opened on June 9, 2012, showcasing tens of thousands of teapots and accessories collected by owners Dr. Julian and Sybil Boland. Dr. Julian Boland died in 2014 and the museum closed. In 2019, the museum was attempted to be restored, but I since the pandemic, I’m not sure this survived.

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