Preservation Houstonâ€™s fifth annual Good Brick Tour is our Sponsor of the Day — and just in time: The tour is this Saturday and Sunday (and today’s your last chance to buy tickets online for the special advance rate). Thanks for supporting Swamplot!
During the 2018 Good Brick Tour, youâ€™ll get an inside look at 5 historic homes and buildings that have received Good Brick Awards for excellence in historic preservation. These privately owned historic properties will be open for guided tours this weekend only from noon to 5 p.m. both Saturday, October 27, and Sunday, October 28.
The homes and buildings on the 2018 Good Brick Tour include classic Victorian designs, bungalows from the 1920s, and an impressive midcentury home. The 5 locations — open this weekend only — are:
- 2119 Lubbock St., Old Sixth Ward (1892)
- 3702 Audubon Pl., Montrose (1921)
- Heights Textile Mill, 611 West 22nd St., Houston Heights (1894)
- 934 Louise St., Sunset Heights (1921)
- 67 Tiel Way, River OaksÂ (1949)
Today, Thursday, October 25, is the last day to purchase tickets online for the special advance rate of $25 per person. After today, tickets will be available for $30 per person at any tour location on both days of the tour. Tickets are valid on both Saturday and Sunday and provide 1 admission to each location on the tour.
Swamplot’sÂ Sponsor of the DayÂ program is a great way to let people know about exciting local events!