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Neighborhood Tours - History of Our Homes: Washington Avenue

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Date: October 12, 2013
Time: Starts 11:30 AM
Location: Meet at the George Rogers Clark Memorial in the median in front of Kenmore.
Series: Neighborhood Tours - History of Our Homes

About Neighborhood Tours - History of Our Homes

Participants on this walking tour, titled Neighborhood Tours-- History of Our Homes, will walk through one of the most prominent residential areas of Fredericksburg’s Historic District, including Lower Caroline Street and Washington Avenue. Tour guides will discuss centuries of architecture and will unravel the histories of people who helped shape the Fredericksburg community. The meet up spots for the specialty tours will vary by neighborhood.

About Washington Avenue

Join us on as we explore the homes and history of one of the City’s oldest neighborhoods. Tour guides will discuss centuries of architecture and will unravel the histories of people who helped shape the Fredericksburg community. These tours are conducted on April 6, May 25, July 6,  August 31, and October 12.  These tours depart at 11:30 am from various locations and last approximately 75 minutes.

On October 12, your guide will discuss the people and homes of another of Fredericksburg’s historic neighborhoods on  Washington Avenue This tour will depart from the George Clark Memorial in the median in front of Kenmore and last approximately 75 minutes.

The cost is $5/adult $2/child and $2/student. Participants will receive a discounted entry fee into the Museum. The tour is FREE for Museum members.

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