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Historic Salisbury Foundation's signature Tour of Historic Homes returns for its 47th year, October 8-9, 2022

Join us for our 47th Annual Historic Home Tours this October!

We invite you to tour nine exceptional sites this year which include five homes, one church, two landmark restoration projects, and the Signature Dr. Josephus Hall House. Stroll from site to site, as OctoberTour is within a two-block radius from our will call, ticket, and merchandise booth, stationed in front of the Hall House Museum on S. Jackson Street!

Come out and stay a while at the Bank Street Festival, happening on the corner of South Jackson and Bank Street, where we will have FREE music and entertainment! The Bank Street Festival will feature food & craft vendors, trolley and antique fire truck rides, a Kids' Corner, and a variety of historical demonstrations!

Don't leave your furry friends at home! Bank Street Festival is a Dog-Friendly event. (Reminder that all animals must be leashed)

Love what we do and want to help keep our event growing? Become a Historic Salisbury Foundation Patron by purchasing a Patrons' ticket.
Patrons are invited to attend the Patrons' Party, our exclusive soiree on Saturday night and enjoy the ultimate hang-out during OctoberTour (Saturday & Sunday) on the Patron's Porch.

Extra features to this year's OctoberTour are our virtual happenings! We will publish two amazing virtual homes over OctoberTour weekend, AND a silent auction will be hosted during OctoberTour.

Big things are happening, so stay tuned!!

Tour Sites for 2022

Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the Historic Salisbury Foundation Office at 704-636-0103. ALL tickets will be picked up at Will Call during OctoberTour.

Thomas T. Maxwell House

c. 1852, 1876

Torrence-Corners House

c. 1914

Franklin Smith Jr. House

c. 1929

John Knox House

c. 1871

Murdoch-Wiley House

c. 1868

The Empire Hotel

c. 1855

St. John's Lutheran Church

c. 1925

Dr. Josephus W. Hall House

c. 1820

Bell Block Building

c. 1898

Virtual Tour Sites for 2022

The Holshouser-Beaver House

c. 1912

L.G. Hines House

c. 1919

Events for 2022