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Stroll Though History

If you’ve ever driven by or walked around the historic homes in Woodland I’m sure you’ve wondered what they look like inside.  Once a year, on the second weekend of September, we all get a chance to take a tour and see the interiors of the gorgeous historical homes of Woodland.  This year, in addition to the five homes on the open house tour, Downtown Woodland will show its best with walking tours, a film festival at the Opera House, Pre-1950s car and camper show and the yearly Kiwanis Breakfast at Heritage Plaza (just to name a few things to do).

Date: Saturday, September 9
Location: Downtown Woodland and a bit beyond
Website: www.StrollThroughHistory.com
Tickets: Several events are ticketed, specifically the Open Home Tours

Calendar of Events
Printable calendarHome Tour List | Learn more about the history of these homes on the Stroll website.  Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online or day of at Heritage Plaza.

The Sickinger Home, 515 Third Street

The Brady Home, 525 North Street

The Bishop (Fairchild) Home, 754 College StreetThe Horne Home, 1011 Fourth Street

Downtown Woodland Events | Walking Tours and Bike Tours and a vintage car show provide all day entertainment.Landmark Tours & Events | Hands on History for Kids, tour of the Train Depot, Woodland Opera House tour and Film Festival, Guided Library tours and of course start your day with the Kiwanis breakfast at Heritage Plaza at 8:30am.

Home photos courtesy of Stroll Through History
Vintage Flyer courtesy of George Rowland