The 2013 Legendary Lexington Old Homes Tour is being held September 14th and 15th. This year’s theme is “The Art of Old House Living”.
A few homes on the list this year that will show how their owners have restored and even adapted them to 21st Century living include, but are not limited to:
The 1890 McGrew-Clark mansion, the 1830’s Log House, the 1852 Captain Trigg house, the 1900 Neer home and the 1902 Morrison-Fuller house. The 1853 Anderson House at the Battle of Lexington State Historic Site will also be open free to tour goers.
Tickets prices are $13 in advance and $15 the day of the tour. Advance tickets are available at local merchants, the Lexington Tourism Bureau, and online. Click here to purchase online.
Tour tickets include free admission to the Lexington Historical Museum on the days of the tour.
The tour is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Shuttle buses will be provided throughout the day and will depart from the Lexington Tourism Bureau, located at 927 Main St. in Lexington, Mo.
To hear KMZU’s Mandy Young talk with Lexington Tourism Director, Byron Nicodemus, click below: