Oakhill, Italianate, 1858
Local magicians will be performing on the grounds of this home tour favorite during tour hours.
Colonial Revival, 1931
Visitors will enjoy seeing paintings and a sculpture by owner Carol Beuker.
National House Inn, 1835
The oldest operating inn in Michigan was the first brick building built in Calhoun County.
Italianate, ca. 1864
David and Rosie Clark have spent the last five years renovating this home that is on the tour for the first time since 1967.
Queen Anne, 1890
Martin and Lucy Overhiser returned this home to a single-family residence. It had been an apartment building for 40 years.
St. Mary's Rectory
This 1852 Gothic Revival home is on the tour for the first time.
Marshall's octagon house, built in 1856, will be presented on this year's home tour as under restoration.
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12-13, 2015
Cost: Ticket prices are $17 through Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7, and $20 from Sept. 8 through Sept. 13.
52nd annual tour
Longest-running home tour in Michigan
7 private residences including Marshall's octagon house, Oakhill and three others on tour for the first time.
3 commercial buildings -- National House Inn, EastEnd Gallery & Studio, The Harvester floral shop
8 museums -- Honolulu House, Marshall Historical Museum at the GAR Hall, Capitol Hill School, Governor's Mansion, American Museum of Magic (2 sites), Marshall U.S. Post Office Mueum, and Walters' Gaoline Museum
First Presbyterian Church
5 Calhoun County Fairgrounds buildings -- Floral Hall, Houston School, Old Maple Grove Church, Fair Museum and Belcher building
Art at the Museum is a juried arts-and-crafts fair on the grounds of the Honolulu House Museum
Musical entertainment at tour homes
Magicians performing at Oakhill during tour hours
Civil War Ball in front of the Honolulu House on Saturday evening
Community picnic at parking lot accross from Marshall District Library at 5 p.m. Sunday
Free parking downtown and at the fairgrounds. Free shuttle buses.
Tickets are good for both days.