Mobile Historic Homes Tour
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The 2011 Mobile Historic Homes Tour will take us down Mobile's most distinguished and historic thoroughfare, Government Street. The Tour includes private homes and sacred spaces that exhibit an array of architectural styles and periods. From the beautiful Ketchum House downtown, to the grand Spanish Revival estates near the Loop, this year's Tour has something for everyone.
To round-out the 2011 Mobile Historic Homes Tour experience tour-goers will have the opportunity to attend several special events that have been planned. These events include: lunch at the Richards DAR House, afternoon tea at two of Mobile's charming house museums, a walking tour of historic Magnolia Cemetery, readings from the works of Tennessee Williams and Eugene Walters, and presentations by noted Mobile historians Tom McGehee and Cartledge W. Blackwell.
Historic Structures and Sacred Spaces on the Tour include:
1673 Government Street – Home of Tony and Teresa Dean
1615 Government Street – Home of Ken and Erica McElhaney
1356 Government Street – Grace Lutheran Church
151 S. Ann Street – All Saints Episcopal Church
1114 Government Street – Bobby Williams and Hany Moustafa
1110 Government, Unit 1 – Home of Henry and Emily Callaway
1110 Government Street, Unit 2 – Home of Mike Lee
1056 Government Street – Blacksher Hall, Janine Stebbins
901 Government Street – Government Street United Methodist Church
400 Government Street – Rectory of the Archbishop of Mobile
View the historic buildings on the Tour.
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