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Preservation Houston's annual Good Brick Tour goes digital with professionally produced video tours of award-winning historic homes and buildings. Tour videos will premiere online every Saturday morning from October 10-31.

  • October 10: The first video tour showcases the Myer-Hall House (1910), a Tudor-Revival landmark in Courtlandt Place.
  • October 17: The video tour takes visitors through a colorful, art-filled loft in the W.L. Foley Building (1889) near Market Square.
  • October 24: The third video to premiere features the Rosenbaum House (1964), an impressive mid-century home in Meyerland that includes many original furnishings.
  • October 31: Anyone who donates $25 or more to support the tour will receive a link to a bonus video tour of the Esperson Buildings downtown, including the beautiful tempietto atop the Niels Esperson Building that is not usually open to the public.

Preservation Houston's annual Good Brick Tour goes digital with professionally produced video tours of award-winning historic homes and buildings. Tour videos will premiere online every Saturday morning from October 10-31.

  • October 10: The first video tour showcases the Myer-Hall House (1910), a Tudor-Revival landmark in Courtlandt Place.
  • October 17: The video tour takes visitors through a colorful, art-filled loft in the W.L. Foley Building (1889) near Market Square.
  • October 24: The third video to premiere features the Rosenbaum House (1964), an impressive mid-century home in Meyerland that includes many original furnishings.
  • October 31: Anyone who donates $25 or more to support the tour will receive a link to a bonus video tour of the Esperson Buildings downtown, including the beautiful tempietto atop the Niels Esperson Building that is not usually open to the public.

Preservation Houston's annual Good Brick Tour goes digital with professionally produced video tours of award-winning historic homes and buildings. Tour videos will premiere online every Saturday morning from October 10-31.

  • October 10: The first video tour showcases the Myer-Hall House (1910), a Tudor-Revival landmark in Courtlandt Place.
  • October 17: The video tour takes visitors through a colorful, art-filled loft in the W.L. Foley Building (1889) near Market Square.
  • October 24: The third video to premiere features the Rosenbaum House (1964), an impressive mid-century home in Meyerland that includes many original furnishings.
  • October 31: Anyone who donates $25 or more to support the tour will receive a link to a bonus video tour of the Esperson Buildings downtown, including the beautiful tempietto atop the Niels Esperson Building that is not usually open to the public.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
http://www.preservationhouston.org/goodbricktour

TICKET INFO

Admission is free; $25 for access to fourth video.
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