We’re still working on the 2016 Maury Christmas Tour, but here’s a look at some of the homes that will open during the December 2 & 3, 2016 event!
Blythewood, circa 1856-1859
Shadowlawn, circa 1851
The Doctor’s House, built prior to 1821
Beautiful Rippavilla will be on the 2016 Home Tour. Do you like Civil War history? If so, Rippavilla is a must-see!
The Eclectic Victorian, Mount Pleasant
Roode Home, Columbia, Tennessee
Elm Springs is a testament to brotherly love. Two wealthy brothers built this home for their sister as a gift! Set afire during the Civil War, the home survived and will be open for the 2016 Home Tour!
The James K. Polk Home in Downtown Columbia is always a favorite of the Maury Christmas Home Tour. This is the only surviving home, other than the White House, that James K. Polk called home.
While visiting the Polk Home, purchase a ticket to view the wonderful “West to Prosperity” exhibit housed inside of Polk Presidential Hall, pictured above. $5 per ticket to tour the exhibit.
Benton Masonic Lodge
Mount Pleasant Museum
Saint John’s Church in Ashwood, between Mount Pleasant & Columbia
Tour Headquarters, the Athenaeum Rectory, will also be open for tours during the weekend event.