Spirits of Tudor Hall

Spirits of Tudor Hall Museum and historic home of the Booth family of Shakespearean actors including Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth.
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Tours of the 1st floor of Tudor Hall are offered 2 Sundays of every month between April & November at 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. Please check our current schedule on our blog for a day that will fit your schedule. http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/

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Traveling with his father, #JuniusBrutusBoothSr, whom he endeavoured to keep sane and sober, #EdwinBooth absorbed the ru...
09/11/2020

Traveling with his father, #JuniusBrutusBoothSr, whom he endeavoured to keep sane and sober, #EdwinBooth absorbed the rudiments of acting in the bombastic style then fashionable. He made his #stage debut at the #BostonMuseum on September 10, 1849, in the part of #Tressel to his father’s Richard III in an adaptation of #Shakespeare’s play. Two years later in #NewYorkCity, when his father refused to act one night, Edwin replaced him as Richard III, giving an imitative but creditable performance.

During #EdwinBooth’s courtship of Mollie Devlin (Mollie was Mary’s nickname) the presence of#JuniusBrutusBoothSr, whom M...
08/29/2020

During #EdwinBooth’s courtship of Mollie Devlin (Mollie was Mary’s nickname) the presence of
#JuniusBrutusBoothSr, whom Mollie had never known alive, became almost real to her. “I am often inclined to believe in Spirtualism,” she wrote Edwin. “I feel frequently when alone thinking of you, that your father’s spirit speaks to me, and gives me to see the true nature of his son.” When Mollie died in 1863 (February 21), Edwin himself turned to spiritualism in order find her, and the messages which he received from his father came through as often and clearly as hers did. *

*Excerpt from The #Hamlet of Edwin Booth by Charles Harlen Shattuck

#EdwinBooth’s Boat House, near Newport, Rhode Island, August 6, 1884, photographed by Louise Deshong Woodbridge (America...
08/20/2020

#EdwinBooth’s Boat House, near Newport, Rhode Island, August 6, 1884, photographed by Louise Deshong Woodbridge (American, 1848-1925).

Original advertisement in the Baltimore Sun for #JohnWilkesBooth’s acting debut in Richard III. The play was at the Char...
08/18/2020

Original advertisement in the Baltimore Sun for
#JohnWilkesBooth’s acting debut in Richard III. The play was at the Charles Street Theatre on Tuesday, August 14th, 1855.

HAPPY NATIONAL BOOK LOVER'S DAY!What’s in your bookshelf and what do you like to read? 📚📖🤓
08/09/2020

HAPPY NATIONAL BOOK LOVER'S DAY!
What’s in your bookshelf and what do you like to read? 📚📖🤓

Mammoth Cave National Park
08/08/2020

Mammoth Cave National Park

“Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?”

Edwin Booth was a well-known actor of the 19th century, while famous for his role as Hamlet, his name is best recognized because of his brother – John Wilkes Booth. After John Wilkes assassinated president Lincoln, Edwin struggled in his career. In 1876, Edwin went on an acting tour which brought him close enough to make a visit to Mammoth Cave. He was so impressed with the cave that on another visit Edwin supposedly performed the famous soliloquy from Hamlet at this location in the cave, since referred to as “Booth’s Amphitheater”, which can be seen along the self-guided extended historic tour.

While Edwin Booth’s legacy was eclipsed by the atrocities of his brother, Edwin’s story lives on here at Mammoth Cave.

(Song from "Hamilton" by Lin-Manuel Miranda)

A couple of days ago, I posted about a new #biography on #CharlotteCushman (July 23, 1816 – February 18, 1876), an Ameri...
08/07/2020

A couple of days ago, I posted about a new #biography on #CharlotteCushman (July 23, 1816 – February 18, 1876), an American #stage #actress. She acted alongside #EdwinBooth and #lincolnassassin #JohnWilkesBooth. Did you know she also acted with #MaryDevlin, first wife of #EdwinBooth?

This is rare June 11, 1858 #BostonTheatre #broadside featuring Mary Devlin, acting as #AnneBoleyn in #Shakespeare's #HenryVIII with Charlotte Cushman and E. L. Davenport. Edwin Booth and Mary Devlin were courting at the time. The broadside measures fifteen and a half by seven and a half inches.

#MaryDevlinBooth was an #actress in her own right, and in "The Letters and Notebooks of Mary Devlin Booth" she details her passion for her own career as well as her early relationship, courtship and marriage to Edwin. The letters and notebooks provide an interesting glimpse of #theater life in the 1850's and 1860's, with comments on Edwin Booth's roles and reviews. They married in 1860. Mary Devlin died tragically young of pneumonia on February 21, 1863. She is buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, #massachusetts. Edwin Booth, who died on June 7 1893, is buried beside her and their only daughter Edwina , born in 1861, and her family share the plot.

Can’t wait to order this book on #CharlotteCushman. She acted alongside #EdwinBooth and #JohnWilkesBooth—supposedly givi...
08/04/2020

Can’t wait to order this book on #CharlotteCushman. She acted alongside #EdwinBooth and #JohnWilkesBooth—supposedly giving the latter a scar on his neck that was later used to identify him as #PresidentLincoln’s assassin. #WilliamShakespeare

July 9, 1816, broadside #playbill at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, London, starring Maria Foote & #juniusbrutusboo...
07/23/2020

July 9, 1816, broadside #playbill at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, London, starring Maria Foote & #juniusbrutusboothsr. Junius was the patriarch of the famous American Booth #stage #actors of the #19century including #edwinbooth and #lincolnassassin #johnwilkesbooth.

This old school throwback Jeopardy! 1st episode in 1984 is awesome! Of course this would come up! 😁
07/21/2020

This old school throwback Jeopardy! 1st episode in 1984 is awesome! Of course this would come up! 😁

There are only 2 copies of this painting. One at theScottish Rite Museum & Library in Lexington MA and the other at The ...
06/30/2020

There are only 2 copies of this painting. One at the
Scottish Rite Museum & Library in Lexington MA and the other at The Players hanging in #EdwinBooth’s bedroom. I had the privileged of visiting the Scottish Rite a few years ago and this pairing in person. It’s very beautiful. I’m a big fan of hers and she definitely made an impact on Edwin particularly in his acting.

Today, in our Instagram (@srmasonicmuseumlibrary) #staffpick series we shared this portrait of Mary Devlin Booth (1840-1863). The 1883 portrait was commissioned by her husband Edwin Booth twenty years after her death and was chosen by our Director of Library & Archives, Jeff Croteau.

"Even before I knew the story behind this oil painting, I found it haunting and romantic. Its subject is the actor Edwin Booth’s (1833–1893) first wife, sister-in-law of the infamous John Wilkes Booth (1838–1865), Abraham Lincoln’s assassin. Mary Devlin Booth (1840–1863), also an actor, died at the age of 23. Edwin, it seems, never got over her death: Although he remarried, he commissioned this portrait twenty years after her death. He is now buried by her side at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts."

06/28/2020
History In Pictures

History In Pictures

Samuel J. Seymour witnessed the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and lived long enough to tell his story on television in 1956 for the show “I’ve got a secret”. He was 5 years old when his godmother took him to see “Our American Cousin”. He sat in the balcony across from Lincoln’s presidential box. He remembered Lincoln waving and smiling as he made his way to his rocking chair. He heard the gun shot and saw Lincoln slumped forward in his chair. He didn’t understand what happened to Lincoln but was worried about the man who leaped from the box to the stage, John Wilkes Booth. Not long after this he passed away on April 12th, he was 96.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum
06/24/2020

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum

Before he became notorious as a killer, John Wilkes Booth was already famous as an actor. Learn more about it, and see one of Booth's scripts, here: http://ow.ly/JGMX50AfXWY

#HappyFathersDay! Images of #EdwinBooth with Edwina, only daughter with first wife Mary Devlin. #fatheranddaughter #acto...
06/21/2020

#HappyFathersDay! Images of #EdwinBooth with Edwina, only daughter with first wife Mary Devlin. #fatheranddaughter #actor #shakespeare #americantheatre #love

Two months after #JohnWilkesBooth’s heinous crime, capture, and death, a distraught #EdwinBooth dictated a letter to his...
06/21/2020

Two months after #JohnWilkesBooth’s heinous crime, capture, and death, a distraught #EdwinBooth dictated a letter to his friend John B. Murray. Addressed “To the People of the United States” and published in several major newspapers in June 20 1865, it consists of three somber, shame-laden paragraphs in which Edwin speaks of being “prostrated to the very earth by this dreadful event.”

Two copies of the letter—one printed, the other in the handwriting of John B. Murray—are on display in the library of the The Players the private social club for actors that Edwin founded in New York in 1888.

Though Edwin initially decided to retire from the stage in response to his brother’s crime, his audience did not abandon him. In 1866 they turned out in droves to see Edwin reprise his #Hamlet—a role he would continue to play for the next 25 years.

#americantheatre #booththeatrenyc #19century #theatre #shakespeare #actor

On the morning of June 9, 1893, while  #EdwinBooth, #JohnWilkesBooth brother, is being buried in Boston, Massachusetts, ...
06/10/2020

On the morning of June 9, 1893, while #EdwinBooth,
#JohnWilkesBooth brother, is being buried in Boston, Massachusetts, the floors collapse at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. Excavation in the basement for the installation of an electric plant weakened the foundations of the structure and caused the three floors to collapse. Employees of the Record and Pension Bureau were at work when the crash occurred. Clerks, desks, and heavy file cases fell into the basement. Twenty-two persons were killed and 68 injured in the catastrophe. The interior of the building was restored the following year.

On June 7, 1893, #EdwinBooth passed away at the age of 59 years old in his room at the The Players in #NewYorkCity. He w...
06/09/2020

On June 7, 1893, #EdwinBooth passed away at the age of 59 years old in his room at the The Players in #NewYorkCity. He was considered the greatest tragedian of the American stage in the 19th century.

His acting style was distinctly different from that of his father. While the senior Booth was, like his contemporaries Edmund Kean and William Charles Macready, strong and bombastic, favoring characters such as Richard III, Edwin played more his roles more naturally, with a quiet, thoughtful delivery, tailor made for roles including #Hamlet. This style made him a theatrical superstar.

Booth’s brothers were also actors including #JohnWilkesBooth and #JuniusBrutusBoothJr. In November 1864, the three brothers appeared in a production of #Julius Caesar at the Winter Gardens in New York City. It was the only time that they appeared on stage together. It was a benefit performance and the proceeds were used to erect a statue of
#WilliamShakespeare that still stands in #CentralPark.

After John Wilkes Booth's assassinated #PresidentLincoln on April 14, 1865, the infamy associated with the Booth name forced Edwin to abandon the stage for many months. He made his long awaited return to the stage at the Winter Gardens Theatre in January 1866, playing the title role of Hamlet, his signature role.

Edwin Booth is buried next to his first wife, Mary Devlin, at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

On May 10, 1851, #JuniusBrutusBoothSr and #MaryAnnHolmes were officially married after 30 years together living as husba...
05/10/2020

On May 10, 1851, #JuniusBrutusBoothSr and #MaryAnnHolmes were officially married after 30 years together living as husband and wife. The marriage took place on #JohnWilkesBooth’s 13th #birthday.

#JohnWilkesBooth was born today on 5/10/1838 in Bel Air, Maryland. He was the ninth of ten children born to his parents ...
05/10/2020

#JohnWilkesBooth was born today on 5/10/1838 in Bel Air, Maryland. He was the ninth of ten children born to his parents #JuniusBrutusBooothSr and #MaryAnnHolmes. How this favorite son went on to become one of the most infamous people in American history is a heart-breaking and tragic story that still fascinates people worldwide.

#HappyMothersDay! Photos of #MaryAnnHolmes, wife of #JuniusBrutusBoothSr and the mother of the Booth children including ...
05/10/2020

#HappyMothersDay! Photos of #MaryAnnHolmes, wife of #JuniusBrutusBoothSr and the mother of the Booth children including #EdwinBooth, #JohnWilkesBooth and #AsiaBoothClarke. Asia, wife of stage actor John Sleeper Clarke, was also a mother to several children. Two of their sons, Creston and Wilfred Clarke, would also become stage actors.

Happy Belated Birthday to #JuniusBrutusBoothSr. He was born on May 1, 1796. #EdwinBooth and #JohnWilkesBooth's father wa...
05/08/2020

Happy Belated Birthday to #JuniusBrutusBoothSr. He was born on May 1, 1796. #EdwinBooth and #JohnWilkesBooth's father was a brilliant but troubled actor. He was born in St. Pancras, London, the son of Richard Booth, a lawyer, and Jane Elizabeth Game. He achieved early fame in London theatres rivaling the biggest stars of the day including Edmund Kean.

"The Edwin Booth Company Presents "
05/03/2020

"The Edwin Booth Company Presents "

Hello friends of Edwin! Wednesday, May 6th, 7pm CST, the third in the series of four streamed readings of plays in The Edwin Booth Cycle will be presented on Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's page. It's free to watch, and there is a venmo tip jar for you to support the artists, should you wish.
We have been very fortunate to have many talented readers available for the project, and we have been offering different Edwin's for all of the plays! The Theater RED "repertory" company of performers, many of whom appeared in the live stagings of the plays have also been available, and two weeks ago we had the original "Edwin", Jake Lesh, reprise his role in the very first play "The Edwin Booth Company Presents". We also had the original Edwin from "The Seeds of Banquo" in last Wednesday's presentation.
I hope you will find time to watch May 6th, for "This Prison Where I Live", which dramatizes the assassination attempt on Edwin Booth, at the McVicker Theatre in Chicago.
Please do tune in! And tip your artists!

The Historical Society of Harford County Inc
05/02/2020

The Historical Society of Harford County Inc

Tudor Hall is best known as the home of the Booth family. Built by the Shakespearean actor, Junius Brutus Booth in 1847, the family originally lived in a white washed log cabin that Junius had moved to the site when he originally leased the land in 1824. His lease called for an annual rent of “one cent and one peppercorn…only if lawfully demanded.” Over time the family outgrew the cabin and a new home was planned.

Junius Booth and his second wife, Mary Ann Holmes had ten children, including the famous Shakespearean actor, Edwin Booth and the infamous assassin, John Wilkes Booth. Junius died the year after the house was completed returning from a performance tour in California. The house was sold in 1878 by Trustees acting for the family.

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre
04/29/2020

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre

Tonight's the night! Tune in at 7pm to see the Live reading of "The Seeds of Banquo"

04/27/2020

**IMPORTANT UPDATE**

In the interest of public safety and to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Harford County, our May guided tours and special talks at Tudor Hall has been cancelled. For updates regarding future tours and talks please continue to visit this page.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your continued support and interest in Tudor Hall. We hope to see you very soon.

The Garrett farmhouse was torn down many years ago but this is the spot where ‪#JohnWilkesBooth‬ died. Photo courtesy of...
04/27/2020

The Garrett farmhouse was torn down many years ago but this is the spot where ‪#JohnWilkesBooth‬ died. Photo courtesy of Dave Taylor of Boothiebarn.com

#OTD April 26, 1865 in the early morning hours, #JohnWilkesBooth died on the front porch of the Garrett farmhouse. The f...
04/27/2020

#OTD April 26, 1865 in the early morning hours, #JohnWilkesBooth died on the front porch of the Garrett farmhouse. The farm was located near Port Royal, Virginia. His last words were “Useless, Useless”.

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum
04/15/2020

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

About this time 155 years ago, Booth and Herold left the Mudd farm down the same swamp road that many of you have enjoyed with us over the last few years!

#OnThisDay, April 14, 1865, #JohnWilkesBooth fired a single shot at point-blank range against the back of #PresidentLinc...
04/15/2020

#OnThisDay, April 14, 1865, #JohnWilkesBooth fired a single shot at point-blank range against the back of #PresidentLincoln’s head at Ford's Theatre.

The Edwin Booth Trilogy by Angela Iannone
04/07/2020

The Edwin Booth Trilogy by Angela Iannone

We are extremely excited to announce the first of the Covid-19 streamed readings of "The Edwin Booth Plays"! Please visit Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's page, and LIKE them to get access to the streamed readings! We have a stellar company of performers, and there will be a tip jar so you may support the artists! The readings will begin at 7pm Central Standard Time so if you are outside of the central time zone, adjust your tune-in time! You don't want to miss this!

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17 Tudor Lane
Bel Air, MD
21015

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About Tudor Hall – Tudor Hall is a Gothic Revival cottage located at 17 Tudor Lane, Bel Air, Maryland. Tudor Hall was built in the early 1850s as the dream home of Shakespearian actor Junius Brutus Booth Sr. and his wife Mary Ann. Many of the ten Booth children, including Edwin and John Wilkes, were born in a log house that once existed on the property. Harford County purchased Tudor Hall in 2006. Tudor Hall 17 Tudor Lane Bel Air, MD 21015 Tel: 443-619-0008 Email: [email protected] Website: http://juniusbrutusbooth.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritsofTudorHall Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpiritsTH About the Junius B. Booth Society, Inc. – The story of the Maryland Booths and Tudor Hall is fascinating, and the Junius B. Booth Society (JBBS) has an active part in keeping this chapter of our history alive. The Society was incorporated in Maryland in 2006 to educate the public and historians about the history of the Booth family and Tudor Hall, and developed Spirits of Tudor Hall─the tour guide program at Tudor Hall that opens the house for public tours on a regular basis. JBBS is working with Harford county government to turn Tudor Hall into a museum. JBBS also supports the education of the public in: the theatrical arts; other Booth family historical sites in Harford County; the history of owners, slaves, farmers, craftsmen, and others connected to the Tudor Hall farm and Booth related literary works. JBBS also supports the Historical Society of Harford County where Booth related documents and images in their collection are made available to researchers. Mailing address: Junius B. Booth Society 2223 Kentucky Avenue Baltimore, MD 21213 Website: http://juniusbrutusbooth.org/

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Tudor Hall is a Gothic Revival cottage located at 17 Tudor Lane in Bel Air, Maryland. It was built in the early 1850’s as the dream home of Shakespearean actor Junius Brutus Booth Sr. and his wife Mary Ann. Many of the ten Booth children, including Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth (who would later assassinate President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865), were born in a log house that once existed on the property.

Tours of the 1st floor of Tudor Hall are offered 2 Sundays of every month between April and November at 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. $5.00 cash for those ages 13 and older. Please obey the speed limit on Tudor Lane and the Tudor Hall property when visiting. For more info call 443-619-0008 or email at [email protected]. Please check our current schedule on our blog for a day that will fit your schedule at http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/.

Directions:

From the South: Take I-95 to Exit 80 (Rt. 543/Churchville). Turn left off exit onto Rt. 543 and travel approximately 5.5 miles to Churchville Road (Rt. 22). Turn right at traffic light onto Churchville Rd. Travel for .6 miles to Tudor Lane on your left. (Directions continue below)

From the North: Take I-95 to Exit 85 (Rt. 22/ Churchville). Turn right off exit onto Churchville Rd. (Rt. 22) and travel for approximately 7 miles to Tudor Lane on your right. (Directions continue below)

From the West - Interstate 83: Leave I-83 at exit 36. Follow Rt. 439 eastward approximately 7 miles to Rt. 23. Turn right on Rt. 23 and travel approximately 5 miles into Jarrettsville. Rt. 23 turns right at the light in Jarrettsville and turns left approximately 1.2 miles further south at the next traffic light. Continue on Rt. 23 until it intersects with Rockspring Rd. (Rt. 24). Turn right and follow Rockspring Rd. to Moores Mill Rd. Turn left at traffic light onto Moores Mill Road and travel approximately 2 miles to Churchville Rd. (Rt. 22). Turn left at traffic light onto Churchville Rd. and travel approximately 1.2 miles to Tudor Lane on your left. Tudor Lane is directly across from F&L Jewelers (small white house). Follow Tudor Lane to the end, pass through the stone gates, and continue to the end of the driveway to Tudor Hall. Please Travel Very Slowly on Tudor Lane! Children at Play.

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I hope any interested in the fascinating history of the Booth family will join me for Booth's Ghost Benefit April 24th - May 3rd at 9pm for online screenings of the previously recorded Booth's Ghost at Minneapolis' Ritz Theatre in 2019. Here's a 2 Minute Trailer.
Picked this up today at Mildred & Company in Port Deposit. So excited!!
And this is Daniel Riker as Asa Trenchard in New Old Theater's production of Our American Cousin
Joseph Jefferson
Getting ready for one crazy road trip! Round one, hoping to see Wrigley Field and enjoy a cubs game!
I do a private literacy campaign, a Maryland Confederate Civil War Display is now in the Western Maryland Room in the Hagerstown Library, it is there thru July & Aug. Display HOURS Tue.1-9, Wed,Thur & Fri 10-5 Sat 10-2 100+ CDV's Westminster Sept & Oct: Towson Library 3rd floor 7 cases in Nov & Dec Lexington Park Jan & Feb: Bel Air Library Mar.19
Does anyone know if Elizabeth Barton Booth had any children? Does anyone know the exact date she died (otherthan March 1994)?
Hi guys! Finally back on stage a project that I completed with a great SOLD OUT many years ago (6 years ago) and I never repeated… until today…! I work again on it cause I received (during these years) many request for this piece, in this forum and in the Booth historic fans community. This isn’t a normal prop… this is a true historic relique. I works hard with the administrator of Boothiebarn and the Surrat House Museum that help me to have the ORIGINAL SCANS of ALL PAGES of the original Booth’s Diary at Ford’s Theatre. I rework all scans and replicated everything in the diary, included secret cutted pages inside (that noone know how and where some pages is cut). Actually a copy of my diary have a special display in the Surrat House Museum and another copy was used for a REAL TV Documentary dedicated to John Wilkes Booth, these are some screenshot that show you my diary in the show (attached on comments) If you want to see it, this is link: https://www.smithsonianchannel.com/videos/how-john-wilkes-booth-deceived-his-abolitionist-fiancee/37789 Documentary is really nice So… this will not be only a prop for one of my best blockbuster movie, National Treasure 2, but this is a true historic piece that you can show to anyone like a perfect copy of the original Diary with the REAL BOOTH’S HANDWRITTING. Talking about the cover, I could tell you that is a work of art itself. Very hard to made, too much complex in every details. First of all, burn the line on the red leather is one thing that proove your patience very much, eheheheh. I also improved covers compared to my last run made years ago! First of all I found a MUCH MORE SOFT leather that allow you to take in your hands and move like a real centenary piece! The two little pockets (postage and tickets) are now real and not only for display (check pics9B. You can use it like a real pocket (in my first version It was sewn so not possible to open). Another thing that I always tried to do with my last covers (but never arrived to do it cause skills was different years ago) is to put a magnet inside the black rear leather. This allow you to close book with the piece of metal near the pocket! For sure it allow you to close cover WITH NO diary inside cause I can't use a strong magnet on it. So this will be a cool thing only if you buy a cover with no book, otherwise you can't use this magnet So these are improved parts compared to my old cover: - Different leather used! Highest quality and very VERY SOFT - Magnet inside black leather - Accurate piece of brass in the outer part of diary - REAL pockets (postage and tickets If you want to read a review of my old version of the John Wilkes Booth’s Diary, you can go in this link and read what people think of it https://boothiebarn.com/2013/04/30/i-have-a-booth-diary/ You can contact me for all details. Limited number available
Worth a visit. More Booth/Lincoln history than just John and Abe.
I should have looked further down the Facebook posts. See the tour beings at 1 PM Sunday August 20th.
What time does the Tudor Hall house tour start on Sunday August 20th? My husband Dean left a voice mail message today and he is interested in taking the tour. He attempted to send an email message, but it may have not gone through? Thanks so much and have a good day!
6/25/17