37th Annual Home Tour September 9 & 10, 2000

38th Annual Home Tour September 8 & 9, 2001

39th Annual Home Tour September 7 & 8, 2002


Marshall Chamber of Commerce


Fifteen structures, including eight private homes
Honolulu House with beautifully restored wall and ceiling murals
Fountain Faire, juried Arts and Crafts show, Fountain Circle
Antique shows
Snack Booths, Lunches, Bake Sales
Civil War Encampment
Musical Entertainment

G.A.R. Hall, Archival Center, 1902
Honolulu House, Italianate, 1860
US Postal Museum, Greek Revival, 1933
Governor's Mansion, Greek Revival, 1933
Capitol Hill School, Gothic Revival, 1860

Other Restorations
The Firehouse, 109 E. Michigan, 1870 Italianate firehousestudio@aol.com
First Presbyterian Church, 200 W. Mansion, 1872 Religious Gothic

Come early in the day and stay overnight, if you wish.

Contact the
Marshall Chamber of Commerce for area hotel information.


The Churches of Marshall invite you to join their congregations for
Sunday services. Visit the Marshall Church Directory.

Tickets may be ordered or purchased at downtown Marshall retailers,
ticket booths, or any home on tour.

Tickets are good both days.

The Tour is unstructured. Visit the homes in any order you wish. A map
of homes on tour can be found in the center of your ticket booklet.

Free parking and shuttle bus service is provided.

Advance: $12
Adults: $15
Children under 12 are free
Payable to the Marshall Historical Society.

Homes On Tour...


   Barrows Home, 1904
Colonial Revival, 316 N. High
   Bedwell Home, 1900
American Four Square
317 N. Kalamazoo
   Belew Home, 1899
Colonial Revival
208 W. Prospect
  Bultemeier Home, 1900
Queen Anne
106 N. Sycamore
   Buzzell Home, 1920
Colonial Revival
334 N. Marshall
   Collins Home, 1850
222 N. Marshall
   Sherman Home, 1844
Italianate Villa
223 N. Eagle
   Woods Home, 1844
Gothic Revival
16200 20 Mile Road


Marshall Historical Society
PO Box 68
Marshall Michigan 49068

Marshall Chamber of Commerce 1-800-877-5163

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