The Tea Pavilion was located on the East side of Mt. Tom, just below the Summit House.
The pavilion offered spectacular views to the east and southeast.
A group of ladies socializing at the Mt. Tom Tea Pavilion. The views from the mountain were spectacular in the early 1900s due to the deforestation of the summit by the previous owner, a Mr. Fairfield who owned a lumber company in Westfield. He sold the mountain top and surrounding area to William Stiles Loomis in the late 1890s.
The north end of the pavilion with the Whiting Street Reservoir and Connecticut River in the background.
Another view from the summit's south slope.