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Join us every year in Marshall, Michigan for our Annual Historical Home Tour. Watch for updates on homes to be shown and hours of tours on this page.
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September 7-8, 2019
Marshall is an amazing and special place! Cannot wait to see you in September!
Founded in 1830, Marshall, Michigan is a small town with a rich history. Recognized as a National Historic Landmark District, Marshall boasts over 850 historically significant houses and buildings, and more than 40 historic markers. Our self-guided walking tour map allows you to stroll the district....
Less than four months away from Home Tour 2019! We cannot wait to share our beautiful town with you!
Happy new year! This year marks 20 years since I started as a freelance writer with The Times Media Co. of Northwest Indiana. For many of those years I was
We hope to see you in September to see all of our beauty first hand!
Think you have to go to Chicago or NYC to find unique, inspiring architecture? Think again.
The Isham home on East Mansion Street is one of the sites on the Marshall Historical Society's 39th annual Candlelight Walk Dec. 8-9. Tickets are available now only for the 6:45 p.m. Sunday walk. For more information, go to www.marshallhistoricalsociety.org.
And that’s a wrap! Thank you to all the volunteers, homeowners, businesses, and just the amazing town of Marshall. Another great year for the Home Tour!
Still time for some yummy BBQ at the Honolulu House!
On behalf of the Marshall Historical Society’s Board, thank you to Marshall City Council for volunteering on the porch of the Honolulu House!
Without the help of Marshall Rotary Club and Bayberry House Interiors, Home Tour wouldn’t be possible. Thank you for sponsoring, volunteering and for the Vintage Market near the fountain!
Just to let everyone know, the St. Mary Rectory will not open for tour till 12 noon today because of mass.
Thank you 😊
It feels like Fall today! Put on your coats and enjoy Home Tour. Hustle and bustle has begun at the Honolulu House. Come on down!
Still have one more day to see this amazing home!
The Cronin Home has long been something to marvel at along Madison Street in Marshall. “The House with a Clock in its Walls” was written in 1973 by John Bellairs who remembers riding his bike past the house, and wondering what lie inside it’s walls.
And thank you Olivet College students from the Home Tour!
Huge thank you to the Olivet College League of Extraordinary Historians for completely staffing the Honolulu House for Home Tour! They are playing the roles of the people of the past who once lived in this beautiful home!
Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers. This event would not be possible without you!
Capitol Hill Schoolhouse has a wonderful encampment by the 5th/14th Kentucky Regiment. Take the southern route on the shuttle bus and come say hello!
Shout to Marshall Framing Studio for their generous donation for the Marshall Historical Home Tour. Thank you for your support!
If you haven’t gone yet, check out the Wirtz Farm! Has been in the family for 180 years!
Inspire Bakery has $1 homemade cupcakes at the Stuart Building! Come on down!
The amazing Marshall Singers gracing us with their songs!
The Nielson Home has a snack bar at the exit! Don’t miss it!
The Babcock Home is full of activity! There will be music on the porch until 12pm today.
It’s the day of Home Tour! Our friends at Channel 3 are here at the Cronin House now with owner Jeff Hamilton. Tune in for the interview!
Banking, Insurance and Financial Management - oh my! Thank you to King Agency, Jenna Hurd-Begg & Robert B. Hurd at VantagePointe Financial Group, and Southern Michigan Bank & Trust for sponsoring what is sure to be a great Home Tour!
Real Estate One Rosemary Davis has been a fixture in Marshall for 40 years. This family-owned business is always a support of our city-wide events. Thank you for sponsoring Home Tour!
Marshall is buzzing in anticipation of Home Tour! Grandma's Toys & Treats and Green Scene Natural Living Store of Marshall are proud sponsors for this year. Be sure to stop in and enjoy ice cream, fudge, toys, tinctures and tonics at these wonderful downtown shops!
Hemmingsen Drug Store, Hodges Jewelers, and Denny's are a huge part of the Marshall community. Prescriptions, jewelry and amazing breakfast food are all provided with care at these establishments. Stop in while you're in town and say hello to these wonderful sponsors.
Marshall businesses are helping Home Tour be bigger and better this year. Please join us in thanking Schroeder DeGraw PLLC for being one of our major sponsors and serving the Marshall community since 1921!
Home Tour is only three days away! Hundreds of volunteers are walking through the homes, setting up around town, and preparing to greet visitors into Marshall.
The Martinez Home will be staffed by our very own Oaklawn Hospital. We are so lucky to have an organization in our community that gives back so much! Say hi when you see them!
Tickets are still available at www.marshallhometour.org
We’ve been notified that PayPal is currently unable to provide an option to purchase more than 1 ticket at a time. We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope that the problem will be resolved shortly. In the meantime, you may order by phone @ 269-781-8544 between 12:00 and 4:00. Or, you may send an email to [email protected] with a phone number and the best time for us to call you.
And, tickets will be available all weekend at the Ticket Booth in front of the Honolulu House, 107 Kalamazoo Ave. The ticket booth opens at 8:30 Saturday & 9:30 Sunday.
The Chicago Tribune visited Marshall recently and wrote up a nice piece about everything we have to offer! The museums, the Dark Horse Brewery, and of course, The Cronin House!
September 8 & 9 - join us for Home Tour and visit this historic town! www.marshallhometour.org
The fantasy film "The House With a Clock in Its Walls" hits movie theaters in September. You can see the house that inspired the setting — and much more — in Marshall, Mich., the hometown of author John Bellairs.
Another round of Home Tour thanks is in order! Thank you Pastrami Joe's Deli and Edward Jones - Financial Advisor Jason P Rapelje for your generous support of the Tour!
We are excited to share that our friends at Pastrami's will be opening their doors on Sunday the 9th to tour-goers from 11am - 3pm. This gives you yet another great reason to stick around town and enjoy beautiful, historic Marshall!
Join us for the longest running home tour in the Midwest Sept 8-9. No commercials. No channel flipping. All history. Marshall’s 55th Annual Home Tour is a documentary you can touch, with 180 years of story and style built into the walls of 8 different architectural classics.
Visit MarshallHomeTour.org to start planning the trip of a century—and a half.
The sweet assurance of a great meal (from a multi-generation restaurant), and the assurance of protection (from a multi-generation insurance agency)!
A big thank you to our friends at Schuler's Restaurant and Great Michigan Insurance for supporting this year's tour! When you're in town, stop on down for a cold drink and a great meal on the patio, and once you're back out walking the streets, make sure to swing on by the Cope's new historic location (across the street from iconic Brooks Memorial Fountain) to admire its beautiful facade.
Northfield Mandolins downtown location is one of the businesses on tour September 8 and 9! Get a taste of this world class Mandolin making establishment. Last weekend, Northfield hosted the Marshall Mandolin Summit 2018 showcasing the work of world renowned mandolin players. Marshall is so lucky to have them in our town!
Get your tickets at www.marshallhometour.org.
This great tour and the ongoing care of iconic Choose Marshall, Michigan landmarks like the Honolulu House, GAR Museum, and Capitol Hill School couldn't happen without the support of our local friends and businesses!
Leading up to the tour, we'll be sharing our thanks to each of our supporters in different ways. We hope you enjoy seeing their beautiful spaces, smiling faces, and - better yet - stopping in to say hello to them while you're making your way around town. They continue to define hospitality, and they continue to make historic Marshall a great to place to visit and call home!
We'd like to kick off our thanks by sharing our gratitude to Jackson & Jackson LLC, the cool looking crew at Sandy Woods - State Farm Agent, and Mr. Tom Franke for their continued support!
Interested in helping to preserve and promote our history and this great tour? Please drop us a direct message! We'd be honored to have your support!
Have you purchased your tickets yet? The 55th Annual Historic Home Tour, September 8-9, in Marshall, Michigan - marshallhometour.org
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On tour for the second consecutive year is the 1873 Italianate-style home that inspired the 1973 novel 'The House with a Clock in Its Walls' by Marshall author, John Bellairs. The movie version starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett will be released September 20th, 2018. Marshall Historic Home Tour Kent District Library - Wyoming Branch Kent District Library - Kentwood Branch Grand Rapids Public Library
The Larson Home was built in 1868. The Asian inspired decor is absolutely stunning!
Get more info at www.marshallhometour.org
We are thrilled to launch a new website for Home Tour! Thanks to Marshall Chamber & Economic Development for the support in helping us make this happen! And a huge thank you to BluFish Consulting for building it.
Check out all the tour info here: http://marshallhometour.org
"The House With The Clock In Its Walls" is back on tour with a new exterior! A beautiful renovation both inside and out just in time for the movie premiere. A sneak peek of the before and after.
September 8 & 9, 2018 - Advance tickets are available at www.marshallhometour.org.
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