44th Annual Historic Boston-Edison Holiday Home Tour

44th Annual Historic Boston-Edison Holiday Home Tour

44th Annual Historic Boston-Edison Holiday Home Tour

It’s Time for the 44th Annual Boston-Edison Holiday Home Tour

The 44th Annual Boston-Edison Holiday Home Tour will offer visitors an inside look at five examples of historic Boston-Edison properties. Tours will begin at the Sacred Heart Seminary, located at the corner of Linwood Avenue and Chicago Boulevard in Detroit. Buses will be available to take guests to each stunning property leaving every 20 minutes from 9:40 a.m .until 4:00 p.m. Tours last approximately two hours. Following the tour, complimentary refreshments will be served at the Seminary. Guests will also receive a commemorative program with histories and photographs of the five selected Home Tour homes.

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