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Heritage Homes Tour

Save the Date!

May 3 & 4, 2024

Tickets go on sale mid-March

A Feast for the Senses!

Join us as we celebrate the Historical Society's 100th Anniversary with an exciting 2024 Heritage Homes Tour. The self-guided tour gives you the chance to see the interiors of very special homes in the Downtown and Ghent Historic Districts not normally open to the public, ranging from glorious to tiny, from 19th century to restorations in progress. 

 These are livable family homes with rich stories and diverse architecture that illustrates New Bern's amazing history.  Add creative floral arrangements, live music, gardens in bloom, artists, and historical churches to the mix for an unforgettable tour! 

Tickets available mid-March!

Ticket prices:
~General public advance - $20

~General public beginning May 3 - $23
~ Historical Society members - $16
~ Active duty military & family - $16
~ Children/Students ages 7 to 23 - $16 (please note, tour is not suitable for young children)
~ Groups of 10 or more - $16 ea (call office to purchase)
NC sales tax will be added

Don't wait - on May 3, general public ticket price goes up to $23!

A Destination Weekend!

With so many other fabulous activities around town, this is the perfect weekend to visit New Bern:

~ ArtWalk and Street Cafes on Friday night.
Spring Arts and Crafts Market at Christ Episcopal Church on Saturday
~Walk In Bathtub Improv Comedy Group at New Bern Civic Theatre, Friday evening.
~ Artists will be in town for the North Carolina Plein Air Festival in New Bern 

. . . and so much more! Click over to Visit New Bern for details.

Important tour facts

~ This is a self-guided walking/driving tour. There is no guide or bus. You will be met by docents in each house who will share the home's history and architectural highlights.
~ Your ticket contains your map of all houses. Houses are numbered on the map only to help you find them -- you may start anywhere and visit them in any order.
~ Tickets are good for both days but each site may be visited only once.
~ These are private homes which homeowners have graciously opened to the public. Please treat them respectfully.
~ Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather. While the houses are open to tour, you will be waiting in line outside.
~ Historic homes do not accommodate strollers or wheelchairs and often have uneven walkways and steep steps. Please use caution.
~ This tour is not recommended for young children as most homes contain fragile items.
~ No pets, food, drink, photography or recording allowed in homes.

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors!


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