|DATE||Sunday, October 1, 2017|
|TIME||Noon – 5:00 pm|
|TICKETS||$25 | Purchase at the Warden’s House Museum (602 N Main St). Tickets available day of tour.|
|TOUR||Ten historic homes will open their doors for this self-guided tour. You can start at any location and do not need to go in sequential order.|
|DETAILS||Rain or Shine. All Sales are Final. For more information contact us at 651-439-5956 or firstname.lastname@example.org.|
FAQ’s About Event
Day of tour, tickets will only be available for purchase at the Warden’s House Museum. Tickets must be present to enter homes.
Foot coverings will be provided.
We will provide removable booties for ticket holders to place over foot wear. If it is rainy, we may ask visitors to take off their shoes. Visitors may bring slippers or wear clean socks. No bare feet are allowed.
Is photography allowed?
Out of respect for the homeowners and to protect their safety and security, no photography or video is allowed inside the homes or gardens. You may take photos of the homes’ exteriors from the sidewalk.
What happens in case of inclement weather?
The tour will be held rain or shine.
What is the refund policy?
All sales are final. We regret that we cannot offer refunds.
Are the homes handicapped and walker accessible?
Private historic residences are usually not handicapped accessible.
The private homes will not have toilets for use.
Are pets and children allowed on the tours?
Pets and strollers are not allowed, the tour may not be suitable for small children. Any person entering the house must have a ticket.
Food and Beverages.
We ask that you not bring outside food or beverages to the houses.
Please note that the B&B’s are open shorter hours, you can refer to your ticket for those times.
We look forward to seeing on the tour.
Washington County Historical Society Board of Directors, Staff, Volunteers and Homeowners
This event is made possible by the following sponsors. THANK YOU!!
Schwantes Heating & Air ConditioningSho
M.J. Raleigh Trucking Inc.