Preservation Month Walking Tour of Rosemont and Reception
Join neighborhood historians and City preservation planners for a 90-minute walking tour on Saturday, May 20, through the neighborhood known as Rosemont, an early 20th-century trolley suburb. The houses in Rosemont represent an intact collection of Craftsman, Colonial Revival and Foursquare architectural styles. We will also consider examples of appropriate alterations and additions. After the tour, we will convene in the garden of one of the tour guides for a reception.
May is Preservation Month, a time when communities across the country celebrate historic preservation locally. The City is hosting a series of events to highlight Alexandria’s historic preservation initiatives whether you want to listen to a talk, go for a walking tour or have a drink with other preservationists. To find out about other events or reserve tickets, please visit https://www.alexandriava.gov/historic/default.aspx?id=90899.
Architectural Walking Tour of Rosemont followed by a garden reception at a private home
Saturday, May 20, 2-4:30p.m.,
Walking tour will begin at 2 p.m. and reception will begin at 3:30 p.m.
Advance reservations required and complete details about start location and reception address will be provided to all registrants. Wear comfortable walking attire.
Event tickets will be available for purchase online at The Alexandria Shop.
This series of events is sponsored by the Office of Historic Alexandria and Alexandria Department of Planning & Zoning.
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