Azalea Festival Home Tour
April 14 & 15, 2018
Climb the porch, cross the threshold and enter in to a very special part of Wilmington and its history. Eleven beautiful homes will be open for you to explore. As part of Wilmington’s Azalea Festival, Historic Wilmington Foundation’s Home Tour, presented by Delinda Harrelson and Associates, will take place April 14, 1-6pm and April 15, 1-5pm. From cottage to mansion, this Tour is not to be missed!
Included with your ticket is a ribbon cutting ceremony to kick-off this area’s largest Home Tour on Saturday, April 14, 12:30pm, at the Daniel-Poisson House, 315 S. Front Street. Join City and County Dignitaries and Cape Fear Garden Club Azalea Belles as we cut the ribbon, explore the home and enjoy free ice cream provided by Dairy Queen.
Docents are present at each location to share the homes’ highlights and history. Tickets are good for the full weekend. Tour goers can attend either or both days, and can start and end at any point along the route.
Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 during the weekend of the Tour, on April 14 & 15. You can now purchase Azalea Festival Home Tour tickets through Eventbrite! And you’ll still get your souvenir brochure. Hold on to your Eventbrite ticket (digital or paper ). We will scan that Eventbrite ticket out on the Tour and trade it for our traditional brochure/ticket featuring all our homes on the Tour, or for your convenience we can take care of that for you before the Tour at our office, 2011 Market Street, inside the National Cemetery gates. Tickets will also be available at each house on the Tour. Cash only. No credit cards will be accepted on the Tour.
OR Purchase tickets at Historic Wilmington Foundation’s Office, 2011 Market Street, inside the National Cemetery gates, open 9am -5pm M-F or at one of many ticket outlet partners:
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
Map of our Homes:
THANK YOU TO OUR HOME TOUR SPONSORS!!
PLEASE LET THEM KNOW YOU APPRECIATE THEIR SUPPORT OF THE HOME TOUR AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION!
Proceeds from the Azalea Festival Home Tour support Historic Wilmington Foundation and its efforts to preserve and protect the irreplaceable historic resources of Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear region.