Vibrant Flowers and Historic Homes: Find Them This Spring in Almost Heaven
As spring breathes life back into the mountains of West Virginia, many homes around the state open their doors for tours of their beautiful, vibrant gardens. Mark your calendars for these special tours that are only offered for a limited time each year.
The 63rd annual Homes on Tour hosted by the Shenandoah-Potomac Garden Council returns to Berkeley and Jefferson counties April 27-28. Tours will take guests through homes and gardens while detailing architecture , furnishings and plantings, along with genealogical information or historical events that have taken place on the grounds.
Lewisburg Home & Garden Tour
Greenbrier County is rich with history and beauty. From June 7-9 visitors can take part in the Lewisburg Home & Garden Tour to get insight into the architecture of the area and how it was influenced. They will also see historical artifacts, private collections, beautiful spring gardens and so much more. There will be a gala on Friday June 7 and tours will take place Saturday and Sunday.
The Bramwell Spring Tour of Homes takes place on Saturday, June 8. The tour will take visitors back through time to the days of early coal barons when Bramwell was known as the “Town of Millionaires.” The town features quaint brick roads with homes that date back to the late 1800s and early 1900s, and many of the Victorian homes feature beautiful gardens and landscaping.
Take full advantage of these limited-time spring tours and see some of the most beautiful gardens and distinctive history in the Mountain State.
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This post was last updated on August 3, 2020