This Queen Anne style home was remodeled extensively in the early 1880s and again in 1891.
Last year's tour favorite is on again to show progress in restoring this rare 1856 Octagon house.
EastEnd Gallery & Studio, 1870
Visitors will enjoy seeing the changes to the second and third floors as these once forgotten spaces will be put back to use.
This 1838 Greek Revival home has seen a variety of modifications. It was originally owned by the Rev. John Pierce, Michigan's first state school superintendent.
This 1899 Queen-Anne-style home on West Prospect Street was last on the home tour in 1986. It now has distinctive rock garden on the sloped lawn.
This 1853 Gothic Revivial home and its carriage house are both listed on the Historic American Buildings Survey for their architectural qualities.
This 1853 Gothic Revival home is one of six private residences on the 53rd annual Marshall Historic Home Tour that includes more than 20 sites.
9-5 Saturday, Sept. 10
10-5 Sunday, Sept. 11
Cost: Advance tickets: $17.00 until Midnight September 5; $20 therafter
The Midwest's longest-running home tour
Six private residences all within easy walking distance of the Honolulu House Museum
Eight museums -- Honolulu House, GAR Hall, Capitol Hill School, American Museum of Magic and its Resource Center, U.S.Postal Service Museum, Governor's Mansion, Walter's Gasoline Museum
Marshall's 1890s power plant near the Kalamazoo River
Five historic Calhoun County Fairgrounds buildings -- Calhoun County Fair Museum, Floral Hall, Belcher Building, Houston School, Old Maple Grove Church
EastEnd Studio & Gallery with its upstairs rennovations
Art at the Museum, a juried fine arts and crafts fair, on the Honolulu House grounds both days
Civil War Ball in front of the Honolulu House on Saturday evening
Free parking downtown and at the fairgrounds
Free shuttle buses
Tickets are good for both days