This 1886 Queen-Anne-Style home was originally built for Thomas Cronin.
J. H. Cronin Store
The J. H. Cronin Store, built by Jeremiah Cronin in 1869, is being converted into a restaurant and apartments.
This 1857 Gothic Revival home is the oldest on the 2017 tour.
Marshall's only Second Empire home was built in 1870.
This 1858 cottage is connected with the owners of the Marshall Folding Bathtub Co.
This early 1900s Craftsman home likely was updated from a pre-Civil-War house.
Zion Lutheran Church
Zion Lutheran Church, rebuilt on this site in 1901, is part of the tour and also will have its Oktoberfest 2017 3-7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9.
Great Escape Stage Co.
The Great Escape Stage Co. soon will unveil its new lobby in what once was the Knights of Pythias Hall built in 1905.
This Italianate-style home was built for Marshall merchant Jeremiah Cronin in 1873. It will be featured on the 2017 Marshall Historic Home Tour.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9;
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10
Cost: Tickets are $20; children under 12 free
The Midwest's longest-running home tour
Six private residences with each home representing a different architectural style -- Gothic Revival, Cottage, Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne and Craftsman
Two of the homes were built for Cronin brothers. The home of Jeremiah Cronin was the inspiration for the John Bellairs novel "The House with a Clock in Its Walls." Entertainment media outlets have reported actor Jack Black and director Eli Roth have been signed for a movie based on the novel.
Two Michigan Avenue builings -- J. H. Cronin Store and Great Escape Stage Co.
The Cronin houses and store all had been abandoned and empty in recent years. Now restored, being restored or repurposed.
Seven museums -- Honolulu House, Marshall Historical Museum at the GAR Hall, Capitol Hill School, American Museum of Magic, U.S.Postal Service Museum, Governor's Mansion, Walter's Gasoline Museum
Zion Lutheran Church with its Oktoberfest on Saturday
Art at the Museum, a juried fine arts and crafts fair, on the Honolulu House Museum grounds both days
Civil War Ball in front of the Honolulu House on Saturday evening
Free parking downtown and at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds
Free shuttle buses
Food venues at local churches
Tickets are good for both days